Hurricane season is underway, which makes it crucial for property owners to conduct thorough preparations to prevent incurring costly damages from a variety of sources, such as fallen trees. Heavy rains and strong winds can cause trees to collapse on to your structure, which could be life-threatening and result to expensive repairs. While there are experts who can restore your structure, such as ServiceMaster by Wright, preventing tree damage can save you hundreds of dollars in repairs.It is important to understand how to take proper care of trees for them to survive this season’s storms. ServiceMaster by Wright has prepared some tips about tree care and tree damage for property owners’ reference before a storm strikes.
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Fallen Trees?
How to Spot an Unhealthy Tree
An unhealthy tree poses a increased risk of falling during a storm or severe weather. Signs of an unhealthy tree include:
If any of these signs are noticed, take action immediately:
If a tree collapses on your structure, contact your insurance provider right away to begin the claims process. Don’t forget to document the damage through photographs or videos to support your claim. Need help with storm damage restoration in Fort Myers, Florida or the surrounding areas? Contact ServiceMaster by Wright.
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ServiceMaster by Wright is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to respond to tree damage emergencies in Bonita Springs, Bradenton, Cape Coral, Captiva, Englewood, Estero, Fort Myers, Iona, LaBelle, Lehigh Acres, Longboat Key, Marco Island, Naples, North Port, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, San Carlos Park, Sanibel Island, Sarasota, Siesta Key, and Venice, Florida. We offer FREE inspections and estimates to both residential and commercial properties.