SAME DAY 24/7 EMERGENCY TREE SERIVCES
May's Rapid Response Tree Service
EMERGENCY TREE SERVICE
YOU CAN COUNT ON
We specialize in emergency tree removal services in the South Shore Massachusetts area. Customers choose Mays Tree Services because we are specialized in Emergency Tree Services and will work directly with your insurance agency to ensure a smooth process.
WE WORK DIRECTLY WITH YOUR INSURANCE COMPANIE AND INSURANCE ADJUSTER
Contact your insurance agent
Explain the situation
Bill your insurance company directly if possible to avoid out-of-pocket costs.
EMERGENCY TREE SERVICE & STORM DAMAGE COVERING ALL OF MASSACHUSETTS, CONNECTICUT AND RHODE ISLAND
We have a rapid response storm team on call at all times for when you need us. Mays Property & Tree Services LLC has the team and top of the line equipment to respond 24/7 to any emergency tree removal situation. The aftermath of a strong storm can be overwhelming. When brute force winds combine with wet grounds, trees are bound to fall over and cause damage. Strong winds wreak havoc on your trees and their branches causing them to fall and damage your property. A tree falling onto a house is a common occurrence in a windstorm or hurricane, especially in our service area. Our experienced team is a trusted responder in emergency tree removal situations. We service the entire state of Massachusetts for Emergency Tree Removal needs including all 14 Counties of Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Dukes, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Nantucket, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk and Worcester County.
What Does your Insurance Company Usually Cover?
Insurance companies will cover trees that fall onto a structure and any damage done. The insurance companies will request that the emergency tree service estimate be itemized to separate the cost of removing the tree from the house, and hauling the wood. We will work with you so that covered portions are billed to insurance. If a tree does not hit a structure at all, then the insurance company generally does not get involved in the process, and is not responsible for the bill. Each situation depends on the insurance company and policy a homeowner has on their dwelling.
General Insurance-Related Guidelines for Storm Damages
In most cases insurance policies typically cover all or part of the cost to remove trees or branches from your home or other structure/building.
Insurance policies generally do not cover trees and branches that fall on lawns, driveways, or bushes.
Typically if your healthy tree or its branches fall on a neighbor’s property during a storm you are not responsible for the damage. The neighbor’s homeowner’s insurance will cover clean-up and repairs to their property.
If your dead tree or its branches fall on a neighbor’s property, you will be held responsible for the damages due to negligence. Protect your financial well-being by removing dead trees and dead branches. Keep healthy trees pruned to avoid property damage or bodily injury.
* Please note your coverage may differ *