When a tree falls onto a neighbor’s home, the damage can be quite extensive. If the tree falls from your property, it becomes a very stressful situation. Second only to concerns over everyone’s safety, the financial onus comes into question.
You might wonder, “If my tree falls on a neighbor’s house, who is responsible?” In most cases, your neighbor’s insurance company will pay for damages. Typically, you will not be responsible for damages if the tree fell from forces of nature, such as a weather event. However, if the tree fell because of your negligence, you could be financially responsible.
If there is negligence, such as dead limbs you failed to remove yet knew about, your neighbor’s insurance company might legally pursue subrogation. This could put the cost of damages on your insurer and, possibly, on you.
Our professional tree care services can help you avoid an unpleasant situation like this. We can preserve the health of your trees and safely remove those that have become a hazard. We offer tree care services for a wide variety of tree species in Lancaster County and Chester County.
Read further to learn more about who is financially responsible when a tree falls on a neighbor’s property.
Are there low tree branches on your property making it difficult to easily maneuver the lawnmower or prohibiting you from moving freely across your landscape? You need a local tree trimming company to remove nuisance limbs or prune away low-level branches to allow for more movement or sunlight on your property.
How much does it cost to prune a tree? Homeowners can expect to pay between $150-$800 for most trees, with the national average around $475. However, there are a lot of variables involved in the cost of professional tree trimming and pruning. Most professional tree services will offer free estimates.
We specialize in professional tree trimming and tree removal services. With years of experience under our belts, we can properly assess your needs and offer a free quote that best suits the variables involved in your project. Routine pruning can improve the health of your trees and may extend their lifespan.
(Removing a dread tree entails much more work. Learn about the costs and variables involved in dead tree removal.) Read further to learn more about tree pruning.
Do you have a tree on your property that’s getting too close to power lines, showing signs of decay, or maybe a tree that’s already fallen? You’re likely asking yourself, “how much does it cost to remove a tree?”
The cost to remove a tree can range dramatically, from $500-$3,500 or more, with the average cost in the $800 range.
However, the cost of your tree removal service will depend on the size of the tree, its location, its proximity to power lines or high-traffic areas. Is the tree a downed tree already? Do you need the trunk removed as well?
Let’s look at variables involved in determining the actual cost to remove a tree from your property and hopefully this will help you better anticipate your removal costs. Reaching Higher specializes in professional tree services, offering top-quality professional tree pruning and tree removal services in Lancaster and Chester counties.
We have the right experience and equipment to offer professional, affordable tree removal services and we always take care not to damage your grass and landscaping.