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24 Hour Emergency Tree Service

Your Pinellas County 24 Hour Emergency Tree Service

Do you need 24 hour emergency tree service after a storm or an accident? In the first place, our job is to get your property back to its normal state quickly and efficiently. Together with our trained staff and state of the art equipment allows us to clear your property of dead and/or fallen trees or those threatening or causing damage. As shown above, knowing who to call for emergency tree removal is essential to minimizing damage and property loss. When severe weather hits, heavy winds and lightning can cause serious damage, immediately removing uprooted trees and broken limbs can protect you from unwanted damage. Property owners in Pinellas County can rely on us to remove trees before they become a liability or hazard. Furthermore, our prompt and experienced tree service eliminates the risk of further damage, accidents and personal injury.

The ISA-Certified Arborist on our team can also check the health of other trees on your property and provide wellness plans to help them regain vibrancy and good health. Happy’s Tree Service is your 24 hour Emergency Tree Service. We service Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Palm harbor, Safety harbor, Oldsmar, Dunedin, Pinellas Park, Largo, St Pete and  Pinellas County.

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Why Choose Us?

Contact us today for a FREE ESTIMATE with an ISA Certified Arborist.

Happy’s Tree Service is located in Clearwater fl and provides service to all of Pinellas County since “1989” Our company offers many other services. These can be found by clicking on our SERVICE TABS above.

Safety First Is Priority #1

ANSI standards safety rules and laws: Process, safety and performance standards. The standards set forth by American National Standards Institute are designed to promote the healthy growth of trees. The ANSI standards for tree care were developed in part by the Tree Care Industry Association. Osha standards must be followed by professional arborists.  For the protection of people and property in and around work sites, these standards are for work site hygiene and personal protective equipment.

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