Emergency trees can seriously damage your property and hurt anyone that gets nearby. The best and safest solution is to remove them as soon as you notice. Remove them with professional help! That is the only way to keep your property safe!


Emergency Tree Services Infographic

For all tree removals in West Palm Beach, we give our customers the option of whether they would like us to haul the wood away or whether they would prefer to keep it. In many cases, a removed tree can be a good source of firewood.

We offer emergency tree services in these areas:

Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Jupiter, Lake Worth, Loxahatchee, North Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge, Palm Beach, Royal Palm Beach, South Bay, Town of Palm Beach, Wellington, and West Palm Beach.

Remove all emergency trees from your property before they cause even more damage!

Trees are well-built plants. Their strength lies in the thick wooden trunk and large main branches. But even the most vigorous trunks and limbs can get damaged. For example, a branch can get so heavy that the trunk starts cracking. It eventually falls off, so the tree has less weight to carry. It is a natural but dangerous process because it can fall on a car, building, or even a person. 

There are lots of other situations that can leave an emergency on a property. Tropical storms are one of the most notorious emergencies, and removing their damage is challenging. Storm debris contains a lot of broken wood, glass, metal, and other dangerous objects that can hurt you. 

Most tree emergencies happen because of: 

  • Weather damage (storms, hurricanes, floods)  
  • Unregular tree maintenance 
  • Pest and disease infestations
  • Buildings, powerlines, and underground structures’ proximity 

Tree-related emergencies have serious consequences. There are recorded incidents where a tree branch that fell off during a storm killed a person or caused a severe injury. Branches also fall on cars, buildings, front porches, and fences. They can destroy anything that gets in their way. 

As a property owner, your duty is to care for your trees, prune them regularly and prevent emergencies. If an emergency does happen, the tree can: 

  • Destroy buildings 
  • Destroy roofs
  • Destroy vehicles 
  • Harm or kill people 
  • Destroy powerlines or gas lines

Once you notice an emergency tree on your property, never remove it alone! Hire a team of professionals, and let them safely remove the tree and the debris. We offer different types of emergency services. We remove hazardous trees and trees close to power sources or buildings. We also do storm clean-up,  and perform cabling and bracing, preventing your trees from becoming an emergency.