Does My Insurance Pay for Emergency Tree Removal?
Homeowners insurance normally pays for tree removal in case of an unexpected tree emergency.
There have been cases where homeowners insurance does not cover tree removal during emergencies. Please check your policy or call your insurance company for more details, so you can be prepared if an accident involving a tree were to happen.
Typically, your insurance will pay up to 5% of your total dwelling coverage. For example, if you are covered for $500,000, you can expect the insurance company to cover $25,000 of the tree removal.
Does Supreme Tree Experts Take Care of City Street Tree Removal?
Unfortunately, we don’t service any city trees that have fallen down. Please contact your city’s maintenance service division for more information, and to report any incident you see.
If a Tree Falls on My Neighbor’s Property, Who is Responsible?
When your tree falls on your neighbor’s property, your neighbor needs to call their home insurance company and submit a claim immediately. The insurance company will typically pick up the bill if certain criteria is met.