Emergency Tree Removal Halifax, Nova Scotia (and suburban areas)

Do you need a quick, professional tree service to handle your tree emergency? Submit an urgent request, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Nova Scotia weather can be unpredictable. Strong winds or a hurricane can result in tree failure.

At Arborist Halifax, we understand that when a tree emergency occurs, an efficient and thorough assessment of the situation followed by quick action is the appropriate response.

Our first priority is to secure any immediate hazards to you or your property. Once we eliminate the immediate threats, our arborists will discuss with you and implement the best course of action.

We have successfully handled multiple tree emergencies following Hurricane Fiona and are ready to provide prompt assistance if required.

Damaged roof of a house after a hurricane.
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How to Prevent Tree Emergencies?

The hurricane season in Nova Scotia runs from June 1 to November 30. It’s essential to be aware of the risks associated with hurricane season so that you can plan ahead and take the necessary precautions. (better safe than sorry)

Tree emergencies can be very stressful, but there are many ways to mitigate the hazards to reduce the risk of tree fall in the future.

Whether it’s tree pruning/trimming branches to distribute the weight more evenly, removing dead branches, or in some cases, tree removal to prevent any potential future accidents.

It all starts with a tree analysis and evaluation of its structure.

If you have trees that you think may fall and cause damage to your property, our arborists can give you a free on-site assessment.

During the assessment, we will thoroughly examine the health and structural integrity of the trees on your property. We search for any warning signs of instability that could potentially lead to uprooting. In addition, we carefully consider the presence of dead limbs and hollow sections within the trunk and other warning signals.

Should we discover any trees on your property that could cause issues, we will suggest the best course of action to rectify the situation.

Often, through corrective pruning and trimming, we can reduce the risk of limbs falling on your home, vehicles, or driveways. However, in some cases, we may recommend the complete removal of a tree.

Rest assured, our priority is to ensure the safety and security of your property and keep your trees healthy.

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