COVID-19 UPDATE: Scheduling, services and special precautions
American Climbers is offering our full range of tree care services. Our office staff is available during business hours; estimators are conducting site visits to inspect your trees and provide a proposal; and our tree crews are hard at work performing tree removals, pruning, and emergency tree service.
There may be some changes to our scheduling to accommodate individual clients' needs. If so, we will contact you in advance.
Precautions We're Taking
Our company is doing the utmost to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of our clients, our workers, and the community by taking all reasonable precautions.
If you would prefer to meet with us remotely (by phone or text) while we are on your property, please let us know in advance.
It's important to us that you're comfortable interacting with our crews; we'll accommodate any reasonable requests that align with the CDC's recommendations. We carry and use sanitizing wipes, wear masks when social distancing is not possible, and ask that any staff who are not feeling well stay home.
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