24/7 Emergency Tree Removal Service in Acworth, GA
770 Arborist Emergency Tree & Crane Service specializes in one thing: emergency tree removal in Georgia, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We serve all of North Georgia, including Acworth. Because we work directly with insurance companies and have relationships with most of them, there’s no money up-front (your insurance company pays us). Our usual dispatch time is about 60 minutes or less, from the time you call us to the time we show up. Call 770 Arborist Emergency Tree & Crane Service now.
Below is a video of us on a somewhat unusual job in Acworth: a remedial emergency tree removal, where the tree service that was originally called accidentally knocked a tree onto the customer's home. With our experience and big-rig equipment we got it squared away safely and without incident. In the video Mark explains how you should (and should not) handle the insurance claim when a tree service drops a tree on your house, and the photos below show us in action removing the tree with our crane.
We got an urgent call from Acworth GA from a tree service that was just starting out. They didn't have the right equipment or experience, and a tree ended up falling on their customer's house. Oops. That's when 770 Arborist Emergency Tree & Crane Service was called to parachute in, get the tree off the house safely, and get the customer tarped-in, which we did in a few short hours.
The homeowner filed a claim with his insurance company, because the homeowner has first-party insurance that (typically) will take care of the tree removal. The alternative would be for him to chase down the tree service's general liability insurance carrier, file a claim with them, and hope they kick in for some of the costs of getting the tree removed and repairing the damages - all while the tree is still sitting on the house.
We responded to the emergency situation with our crane, removed the tree from the house, and billed the homeowners insurance carrier directly. In that case the homeowner's insurance has the option to "subrogate," meaning they try to recoup their costs, including the deductible of the homeowner, from the insurance carier of the tree service that made the mistake.
By the way, I (Mark Russell) am a licensed insurance adjuster, and I work directly with your insurance company - meaning no money down and no money out of your pocket. We dispatch a million dollars worth of equipment, remove the tree off your house, and bill your carrier directly.