If you have an emergency tree service need in The Birmingham area, do not hesitate to call us anytime at 888-630-0555
What is considered an Birmingham tree emergency?
- A fallen tree or branches on your roof or blocking access to your property.
- A cracked or splitting tree is threatening to fall on your house or property.
- You are only in town for a short time and need to take care of a tree problem now.
- A cat needs rescue from a tree now!
- A tree, limb or stump is jeopardizing your construction schedule.
- A dying tree, hanging limb or ugly stump is hindering your property sale, delaying an open house or property closing.
- Your insurance company or city forester demands that you take care of a tree problem now.
Why should you call AAA for Birmingham Emergency Tree Service?
- We are professional, technically competent and have the right equipment to handle difficult jobs – day or night.
- We will respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year.
- Our network contractors are licensed and insured in each city we serve.
- We are a member of the International Society of Arborists with an on-staff certified arborist.
- Our reasonable rates.
- We clean up and haul away the debris from the job.
- We have over 30 years of experience handling emergency tree service needs nationwide.
- We deliver “More than Expected” ® results on every project.
Our Emergency Process
Call 888-630-0555 or your local number. Tell us about your tree emergency and give us your contact information. We’ll discuss with you what needs to be done and the costs. With your authorization, we’ll get your network contractor engaged and they will usually call you within 10 to 15 minutes to let you know when they will be arriving. Once the project is done, AAA Emergency Tree Service will follow up with you to make sure you are satisfied.
Nationwide / 24 hour / Tree Service
FAQs We Can Answer With A Phone Call
- Why trim trees?
- What is a complete trim?
- What is a safety trim?
- What about hauling and cleanup, is that included?
- What do you do you do with the trees or branches when you finish?
- The tree that I have is in the back yard, don’t you need a bucket truck to trim my tree?
- My tree is getting too tall, can you top it?
- What are the acceptable reasons for removing a tree?
- My tree doesn’t look like it’s doing very well and I’m not sure what to do, what’s your suggestion?
Denver, Colorado, 80204-3903