When the unexpected happens, Arbor Works is your steadfast partner in restoring order and peace to your home. Our Emergency Services page is dedicated to illuminating the seamless process we’ve crafted to handle fallen trees and unforeseen emergencies, ensuring a stress-free experience for you.
Our entire team at Arbor Works is certified and well-equipped to handle emergencies. We’re ready to act with precision and care when a tree (or multiple) falls unexpectedly.
Managing insurance in a crisis can be daunting. Arbor Works eases the burden by handling the entire process – from working with your insurance company and collaborating with adjusters to managing paperwork, negotiations, and logistics. We streamline insurance coverage for your emergency tree care needs.
At Arbor Works, our commitment to customer-focused tree care extends seamlessly to emergency services. We ensure a transparent billing process, working diligently for insurance coverage. Our goal is to minimize your stress during challenging times, allowing you to focus on your family and home.
Whether it’s fallen trees, storm damage, or other unexpected emergencies, Arbor Works is prepared to provide comprehensive tree care services. From prompt response times to efficient cleanup, we are dedicated to restoring the safety and beauty of your property.
Arbor Works understands that emergencies demand swift, reliable, and professional solutions. By choosing us for your emergency tree care needs, you’re not just selecting a service – you’re gaining a dedicated partner committed to ensuring your home and community remain safe and vibrant.
Contact Arbor Works today for expert emergency tree services prioritizing your peace of mind. When nature tests the resilience of your landscape, we stand ready to respond with expertise, compassion, and a commitment to excellence.
Whether insurance will cover the damage caused by a tree on your property depends on the specific circumstances. As the homeowner, you have the right to an immediate response when there is damage to your insured property. It’s important to note that trees by themselves are not typically insured. Instead, coverage is based on the damage resulting from covered losses.
For instance, if a tree causes damage to structures such as your roof, home, shed, deck, patio, fence, etc., the insurance is likely to cover the cost of removal and repairs. However, if the tree does not cause any damage to structures on your property, the removal may not be covered by insurance.
In the event of damage to your property, particularly in urgent situations, such as emergencies involving trees, you should consider it as a rapid response claim. As the homeowner, you have the right to immediate action to prevent further damage to your property. The idea of obtaining three bids is not a requirement or recommendation in emergency situations.
Some adjusters may suggest getting multiple bids with the intention of securing a better price, but this practice is not obligatory, especially when swift action is essential to mitigate potential additional harm. It is crucial to prioritize the immediate needs of your property and address the emergency promptly, rather than delaying for the purpose of obtaining multiple bids.
It’s important to carefully review your homeowners policy to understand the coverage for debris removal. In many cases, policies may only cover up to $500 for the removal of debris from your property. However, when it comes to storm-related work, the amount of debris to be removed can be substantial, and the actual cost incurred by your contractor for removal and processing may exceed the $500 blanket coverage.
Typically, contractors will charge what they consider to be a fair market value for the debris removal services, and this may surpass the limited coverage provided by the insurance policy. It’s advisable to be aware of the potential costs associated with debris removal and discuss these details with your contractor and insurance provider to ensure that you are adequately informed about any additional expenses that may arise beyond the policy’s coverage limits.
No, upfront payment is not required in this case. The process involves your insurance company handling the claim. You’ll need to provide them with a signed contract indicating your approval for the work to be done, and authorizing your insurance company to directly pay your contractor for the performed work.
If, for any reason, the payment is not received directly by your contractor from your insurance company, it becomes your legal responsibility to settle the payment with your contractor once you receive the check for the invoice. At Arbor Works, we are here to guide you through this process, assisting with communication between the adjuster and the homeowner. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns during this claim process.
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