Emergency Tree Services in Ogden, UT
When a tree falls on your home, you don’t have time to waste. All Wood’s Tree Service provides 24/7 damage control and emergency tree service so any damage or even high risk can be resolved in no time at all. If you need a service for emergency tree damage in Ogden, UT, Bountiful, UT or Layton, UT, give us a call.
Responding to Emergencies
Imagine you’re sleeping through a major storm, and it causes a large limb to fall into an empty room in your home. Luckily, no one was hurt, but what steps do you take now? If you’re like most people, you’re not going to wait to get help.
Call All Wood’s Tree Service for emergency tree care. We’ll be out on your property to remove damaged trees, take fallen trees off of your home or your vehicle, and remove fallen limbs and trees that have been damaged by storms and pose an increased risk, such as trees that have been struck by lightning and are no longer alive/stable.
Lower Your Risk
We’re proud to offer expert emergency tree service with 24/7 availability and an ultra-fast response, but in a perfect world, you wouldn’t need these services. Take a few tips from our ISA-certified expert arborists for ways to decrease the risk of a tree damaging anything on your property:
- Have your trees trimmed regularly: Unstable and dead limbs are more susceptible to fall during a storm when compared to healthy limbs. That’s why having trees professionally maintained is so important. With a specialist pruning and shaping your tree, you can ensure that dead branches are eliminated and new growth makes the tree as strong as possible.
- Check the trees for disease: Tree diseases can be like human diseases, relating to a pathogen, or can be caused by the presence of insects and microscopic pests. You likely won’t notice when your tree is ill, but eventually, it will become so weak that the probability of it being damaged in a heavy storm becomes much higher.
- Make sure to have dead trees removed: Trees often die from the inside out, so you won’t usually notice the first external signs (a few branches dying, for example). By the time you notice that a tree is almost completely dead, it may have already caused damage. Have trees inspected and removed if they’re dead as quickly as possible.