Let us take care of all of your emergency storm response needs, regardless of how large or small the task may be.
As you go about your busy life, you know that occasionally there are unforeseen situations that arise, some of which seem designed to really make your life difficult. Things such as powerful storms can wreak havoc on your home, your roof, windows and paint job, not to mention your landscaping—including trees and bushes, many of which you have worked hard to keep healthy. When sudden dynamic storms come blowing through, you need our emergency storm response services to take care of your broken trees as soon as possible, leaving you free to pursue your normal daily routines once more, without the added stress of cleaning up the mess yourself.
At Wes’ Tree Service, we are experts in emergency storm response. We have lots of experience dealing with the aftereffects of severe storms and can correctly identify which damaged trees are salvageable and which ones need to be cut down. Our goal is to provide you with the best service, while helping you preserve your trees as much as possible. That’s why we will arrive on time, ready to tackle whatever tree issues may have occurred. Since we want to preserve the beauty of your landscape, we choose to use tree removal only as a last resort, meaning that we will do our best to rescue as many of your trees as we can before we decide to get rid of any of them. We want you to know that we are committed to keeping as much wood as possible out of landfills. For this reason, when we do need to perform tree removal services, we will try to save them from landfills by transforming them into usable lumber or unique, one-of-a-kind pieces.
When you need emergency storm response for tree damage done by those ferocious and unpredictable storms, contact us today. Let us take care of all of your emergency storm response needs, regardless of how large or small the task may be.
At Wes’ Tree Service, we offer emergency storm response for tree damage in Barrie, Muskoka, and Simcoe County, Ontario.