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Insurance Claims

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Insurance Claims for Tree Removal Services

For 40 years, we have been handling insurance claims for tree removal services promptly and accurately on behalf of our customers in Syracuse, North Syracuse, Camillus, Cicero, DeWitt, Fayetteville, and Fulton, New York. If you have an emergency, please contact us immediately.

We happily welcome and accept insurance claims. Our knowledgeable staff has the experience and ability to handle your insurance claim correctly no matter what the situation is.


We are proud to offer our customers safety and peace of mind in regards to their homes and properties. We help our customers save money by working with them and their homeowners insurance provider to make the insurance claims process is as easy and stress-free as possible.  

The most common situations where tree removal and tree services are accepted and covered by homeowners insurance are when a tree falls on and damages your house, car, garage, pool, shed, patio, deck, swings, out buildings, or any other type of structure. 

For the best and fastest handling of your tree-related insurance claim, don't delay! Contact All Pro Tree & Landscaping today to see how we can help. 

"You and your crew are all hard working and are so very nice, honest, kind, and very respectful. That speaks volumes and I really appreciate that! On a scale of 1 to 10, All Pro Tree & Landscaping Service is a 100!" – Janice H.

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Why Choose All Pro Tree & Landscaping Service?

  • 40 Years Experience

  • Licensed and Fully Insured

  • Family Owned and Operated

  • Owner Present at Every Job

  • Available 24/7 for Emergencies

  • Senior Citizen and Military Discounts

  • Mention This Website for 10% Off

  • Free Estimates

  • Your Satisfaction Guaranteed

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We are here to help you with all your tree service needs. 




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