Central Texas storms are tough on our trees. Torrential rain and strong winds can break limbs or cause trees to become unstable, risking damage to pedestrians, vehicles and homes.
If you have a damaged or fallen tree on your Austin or Central Texas property, call Good Morning Tree Service for fast, professional emergency tree service, and emergency tree removal, if necessary.
We are licensed and insured to be in your trees, not just on the ground.
Our experienced tree service crews will be onsite quickly to assess the state of your tree, and perform any necessary tree service or tree removal. We show up in fully stocked vehicles, ready to work.
Storm Damaged Trees
If you have a fallen limb or downed tree on your property, first make sure that it has not come into contact with power or utility lines. If it has, stay away. Contact your utility company to let them know the line is down. If you see visible smoke coming from a power line or your tree, call 911 to contact your local Fire Department.
Dangerous Tree Removal
Dangerous trees that have fallen or have significantly damaged limbs pose a serious risk to people and property. With our emergency tree service, we will stabilize your tree, assess the damage and threats, and determine the best strategy for safe removal from your Austin or Central Texas property.
Emergency Tree Trimming
Some damaged trees can be saved! If a tree you love has suffered storm damage, our certified arborists can accurately assess its overall health and stability. If it’s possible to save your tree, we can help you bring it back to long-term health and stability.
Good Morning Tree Service – Emergency Tree Service
We aim to take the best possible care of your trees and your property. Our crews will not compact your soil or drive heavy equipment onto your landscaped areas. We do not bring heavy machinery or shredders to your property – we haul all debris away and process it offsite at a recycling facility.
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to handle all your emergency tree services.