Severe storms can appear out of nowhere at any time of the day or night. And if it happens to you, make sure to call the experts at S&S Tree and Horticultural Specialists. When your neighborhood is hit by a severe storm, it’s important to address the damage with one of our ISA Certified Arborists® so we may assess the damage and provide guidance as to best remove the storm damaged tree(s) safely and efficiently.
S&S Tree and Horticultural Specialists follow all safety precautions necessary when removing fallen trees and branches of storm damaged trees. Fallen trees and damaged limbs can pose many hazards and safety risks to your yard and community. And knowing you have a reliable, insured tree care company can help minimize your stress and put your mind at ease knowing emergency tree removal is done correctly and safely.
Knowledge and experience with storm damaged trees and debris is crucial to safe and efficient tree removal, especially trees damaged by storms. S&S Tree has been providing storm clean-up in the Twin Cities for over 35 years. In addition to smaller tree removals and debris clean-up, we offer crane and aerial bucket services for larger tree removals. We’re certified, licensed, and insured for our safety and your peace of mind.
We know that during a storm, all levels of damage are vital to address and take care of as quickly as possible. In order for us to ensure that the most hazardous trees are taken care of quickly, S&S prioritizes storm-damaged tree removal based upon these guidelines:
- Trees on homes, businesses, or vehicles.
- Trees with dangerous hanging branches or splits that may cause further property damage.
- Trees blocking entry or exits of homes and businesses.
For emergency storm service and tree removal in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, please contact S&S Tree and Horticultural Specialists:
If you have downed power lines, please call Xcel Energy at 1-800-895-4999. S&S Tree cannot remove fallen trees or perform any work until the power lines have been cleared. This is to ensure the safety of everyone that may come in contact with a downed tree near or around active power lines (downed or not).
Downed trees that are blocking streets, alley ways, or sidewalk may need to be removed by your city. Please contact your local Public Works or Forestry Department.