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Emergency Tree Work

Having experience with 10 previous hurricanes we are able to provide you with pre and post recovery plans.

  • After goals and priorities are set, a thorough evaluation of your property's condition will be completed to determine the necessary/appropriate measures to maintain your safety, your landscape and property from all levels of hazards along with the survivability of your trees.
  • Safest & most cost effective methods will be applied when developing your customized recovery plan. Trees will be triaged and a plan will be created. For example, which trees need to be removed immediately or at a later date; which trees can be saved, potential costs of cure with a relative timeline to cure damage through arboricultural practices.
  • Assess the monetary value of a tree or trees (tree valuation) to provide to your insurance company.
  • Gives you the management tools you need to guide your property towards recovery in the most economical and timely manner
  • Offers you a step by step guide to perform your contracting at the pace that you, your budget & the plan deems necessary
  • Takes the guess work out of the equation; limiting unnecessary spending or unnecessary removal of otherwise healthy, remediable stable trees
  • Provides you with a baseline or a professional second opinion when dealing with several different contractors on a recovery project.

Please check our other services as there are many arboricultural applications we can apply that will often aid trees to a full recovery.

  • Trees often get pruned that inevitably need to be removed due to structural problems resulting in extra costs; these are issues that would have been recognized during a proper hazard tree evaluation by a qualified certified arborist.
  • Trees are often pruned improperly after a hurricane by unskilled/uneducated workers creating more harm to the tree than the hurricane itself caused.
  • At times it is much more cost effective to first clear right of ways and remove hazards; at a later date reconstructive pruning and stable tree removals can be completed.
  • Do not be persuaded into removing trees immediately. Several companies, particularly after a hurricane, are in the tree removal business and since trees can appear ominous, tree cutters often use this fear to their advantage. Many tree removal contractors may not be aware of the many arboriculture applications that can save your trees.
  • Trees that are resting on a roof are not necessarily a hazard. They may remain stable until you are able to secure a fairly priced contract from a reputable and insured tree company.
  • Any tree in any situation can be removed safely without further damage to structures. When a sales representative or a foreman starts making a list of the things that are going to get damaged during removal operations, it is due to a lack of knowledge or care.
  • Do not pay for work that is not completed.

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239-348-1330 (office)

239-348-3133 (fax)

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Mailing Address: 
15275 Collier Blvd.
Suite 201-276
Naples, FL 34119

Office Location: 
1100 Commercial Blvd
Suite 119
Naples, FL 34104

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