FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: Why is it necessary for a tree company to have insurance?
A:Tree work is inherently risky and should only be performed by an expert. Liability insurance is necessary since it protects you, the homeowner, and your property from danger and damage. Worker’s compensation insurance covers tree service workers while they are on the job.
When hiring a tree service, make sure to ask for evidence of comprehensive insurance from the company’s insurance carrier before any work begins. Call the insurance company for confirmation if you have any questions.
Q: If I need Tree Removal, is my property at risk?
In addition, our foremen and crews have extensive expertise with all forms of tree removal and trimming, including hand, aerial lift, and crane operations. Our customers frequently commend us, stating that it is nearly hard to know we were on their property for anything other than tree repair!
Q: How do I know if my tree is at risk of falling?
A: At USA Tree Service, hazard assessment is one of our arborist’s greatest responsibilities. As trees get older, they are exposed to a variety of stressors that might compromise their structural integrity. It’s critical to have a qualified arborist inspect your outdoor living space and advise you on any potential tree collapse risks.
Q: Do I have to be home for the Removal process?
A: No. As long as you can provide the contractors with access to the property, you do not need to be home for the process.
Q: Why should I prune my trees?
A: Pruning trees is necessary for a variety of reasons, including tree safety, aesthetics, and tree health. Even on a quiet day, fallen limbs from broken or dead trees might be harmful if they fall. Branches that have grown too large for the tree or are too close to your roof or chimney should be clipped and cleaned to prevent damage to your property.
Pruning can improve the appearance of a tree or give you with a better view of your land or horizon from an aesthetic standpoint. If you want to prune a tree, make sure you use a Certified Arborist. Untrained and unskilled personnel have the potential to harm your trees permanently and even your property.