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Storm Damage Restoration

Prompt, Professional Tree or Tree Limb Removal. Free Estimates.

Emergency tree removal service is necessary when your property has undergone any type of accident related to nature or an unforeseen incident. Severe weather conditions, such as extreme wind, snow, ice, tornados, hurricanes, heavy rainfall, lightning, etc., can cause tremendous damage to your trees, shrubs, and property without a moment’s notice. The sight of a fallen or damaged tree on your property can be devastating. Our staff will provide prompt, professional tree or limb removal. When your property has been damaged by an unexpected disaster, AAA TREE EXPERTS is available to take immediate action. In an emergency situation, we always arrive fully equipped to make the situation safe before any work is done. Our experienced emergency tree service specialists have the necessary skills to deal with fallen trees that have landed on power cables.

Storm Damage Restoration

Storm Damage Restoration

Our tree care experts are trained to handle emergency tree removal quickly and efficiently, while utilizing state-of-the-art equipment that is appropriate for the job. For numerous safety reasons, trees damaged by severe weather cannot always be saved and often require immediate removal. Please, don’t try to correct this situation by yourself – it can be very dangerous, especially if power lines have fallen

down during the storm. We are able to deal with a multitude of situations and have many years of experience. Should your property sustain damage due to inclement weather, call AAA TREE EXPERTS immediately. With a positive record in customer satisfaction, our Storm Damage Restoration team is available by phone 24/7.

Please Call 704-366-1134 or SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT on-line with an AAA TREE EXPERTS Arborist. We will do a complete inspection to determine if a course of action is required. A consultation with our arborist is FREE OF CHARGE.

Lightning Protection for Trees

Storm Damage Restoration

Lightning can have devastating effects on your property and your trees’ biological functions and structural integrity. AAA Tree Experts offers lightning protection systems in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and ANSI Z133 standards (National Arborists Association), in order to minimize the risk of damage from a lightning strike to your trees. Lightning strikes are unpredictable and protection cannot be 100% guaranteed, but our systems are very effective and affordable. Commercial electrical grade copper conductors connected to a ground rod reduce tree damage from lightning and provide a preferred path for electrical charges to the ground. An air terminal on top of the tree and attached to the end of the conductor intercepts lightning strikes. When properly installed, our tree lightning protection systems are not very noticeable, safe to your tree, and the working life of the major components can be as long as 50-100 years. If some component parts become damaged, they can be easily fixed or replaced.

Which trees are candidates for lightning protection? Trees that are taller than a close-by structure, have limbs that hang over the structure, or are within 10 feet of a structure. Maples, tulip trees, oaks, and pines tend to be the most susceptible to lightning strikes.

Tree lightning protection systems must be installed and maintained by a qualified arborist with training and experience with lightning protection systems. After we install the lightning protection systems, it should be inspected once a year to ensure they are intact and to replace fasteners to accommodate the growth of the tree(s).

Warning: our system is not designed to directly protect people from lightning strikes and you should never use a protected tree as a safe place during an electrical storm.
Lightning damage in trees is much more effectively prevented than repaired and is often less costly. Our arborists can recommend the installation of lightning protection systems where appropriate or the proper course of action if a tree has been struck by lightning.