Carroll County Tree Removal
While trees are certainly beautiful and having one or more on your property is not a bad idea, there may be several reasons why tree removal may be in your best interest. These include:
- A tree’s roots may grow too close to the home’s water pipes, interfering with the home’s plumbing
- A dying tree poses a serious safety hazard, as it may fall on your home or on a neighbor’s home
- If you set up solar paneling on your roof, a tree may be preventing your panels from getting the light they need to provide electricity to your home. In other instances, the fact that the tree is shading the roof may promote mildew and mold growth
- The tree is too close to power lines
How to Remove a Tree
Removing a tree on your own is never a good idea, as you could hurt yourself and/or cause damage to your property. We offer fast and efficient service to Carroll County Maryland homeowners that will enable you to get rid of a tree quickly and without undue hassle.
We do not necessarily have to remove the whole tree, although we certainly provide this service as needed. We can also remove only portions the parts of a tree that are sick, dying and/or pose a hazard. Let us know what you want and we will follow your instructions explicitly.
The first step is to get a free quote. Tell us as much as you can about the tree on your property and we will tell you how much it costs to take care of it. We can also send someone to your home to assess the tree and give advice regarding the best course of action, i.e. removing branches, cutting down the tree, pulling up the roots, etc.
Factors that Determine Cost
The cost of removing a tree (or parts of a tree) depends on various factors such as the size of the tree, how much needs to be removed and how complex the removal process is. However, we do everything in our power to keep costs as low as possible while still doing a top notch job.
Tree Removal and Home Insurance
It is an unfortunate fact that home insurance will not cover the cost of removing a tree, even one that clearly poses a hazard to your home. This is considered to be the homeowner’s responsibility. What is more, a homeowner who fails to remove a dying tree will be denied his or her insurance claim should the tree fall on the home. However, if a tree that did not pose an obvious danger to the home does fall on the home (or if a neighbor’s dying tree falls on your home) then you can file a home insurance claim to cover the damages.
Never put off getting rid of a potentially dangerous tree. We offer unbeatable service to all those living in the Carroll County Maryland area and you can get a free no obligation quote, to handle your Carroll County tree removal job.