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do i need to call the power company?

Probably, but your safety is top priority. Downed wires are sometimes not obvious, do not try to be a hero. Electricity KILLS!

In the event that a tree falls on your house and there is potential damage to power lines or electrical hazards, it is imperative to prioritize safety and take prompt action. First and foremost, ensure the well-being of yourself and others in your household, staying clear of any immediate dangers such as downed power lines. If the situation poses an immediate threat, promptly call emergency services, such as 911, to report the incident and seek assistance. Following this, contact your local power company to inform them of the fallen tree and any associated damage to power lines. The power company will dispatch a professional crew to assess and address the situation, utilizing their expertise and specialized equipment to manage electrical hazards safely. It is crucial not to attempt handling downed power lines independently, as they can pose severe risks. If advised by the power company, consider temporary disconnection of power to your home, following their instructions carefully and only if it can be done safely. Reporting the incident promptly to the power company ensures a swift response and the mitigation of potential electrical hazards.


We don’t sell fear, just hard work and great service

If you would like good advise and a tree service who cares please don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and call. Since I’m an owner/operator I might be in a tree, please leave a message and I’ll call back as soon as it’s safe.

You can also contact NCT&M by calling or texting at (336)579-0030. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

NCT&M accepts all major credit cards, check and cash as payment for our services. Our integrated online invoicing system allows you to pay quickly and confidently at your convenience.