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 (if someone is hurt dial 911 immediately)

If A Tree Has Fallen on Your Property Please Follow These Instructions:

Step 1: Evaluate the severity, if more damage could happen, you could be held liable if not mitigated immediately.

Step 2: Carefully read our emergency response contract and read our rates that will get billed to insurance. We work on 8-hour minimums for emergency response services.

Step 3: Sign and send the form, if you have questions please do not hesitate to call and ask, we will be completely clear and transparent so that there is no worry or confusion. After signing, a professional arborist will shortly be in touch, please allow time for full deployment of heavy machinery and vehicles depending on the distance and time of day requested.

Step 4: Rest assured, this is what we do. You are safe in our hands and we will make sure to mitigate any further damage to your precious property. We will also handle any communication necessary between you and your insurance carrier. 

Emergency Tree Removal: What Homeowners Need to Know in Northern Virginia

When a tree falls on your home, it’s an emergency that requires immediate action. In Northern Virginia, severe weather, heavy snow, and strong winds can cause trees to fall, and if you find yourself in a situation where a tree has fallen on your property, the first thing you need to do is call an emergency tree removal service.

At Grant Brothers Tree Service, we understand that emergency situations require quick and decisive action. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency tree removal services to our customers. Just call or text us at 703-659-8733, and we’ll be there to help.

When you call us, our experienced team of professionals will arrive at your home as quickly as possible to assess the situation and determine the best course of action. In many cases, we may need to remove the tree immediately to prevent further damage to your property.


Our team is experienced with billing the insurance directly, so our customers can rest easy knowing that they won't have to worry about paying out of pocket. We recommend reaching out to your insurance carrier directly to get answers to your questions.  

To Sum it all up, it's extremely important to act quickly with the mitigation of the tree. The time it takes to get 3 estimates can cause further irreversible damage to your property. Would you get three estimates from different hospitals before getting an ambulance? Of course not. In an emergency, you need to act quickly and decisively, and that’s exactly what we’re here for. Call us today, and let us help you take care of your emergency tree removal needs - we pride ourselves on how we well treat our customer-family.

Not legal advice.

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