Welcome to HMI
Claims Support Service and Risk Mitigation for
Trees, Turf, Landscaping & Golf Course Features
HMI has created a national network of credentialed tree care professionals and subject matter experts to provide insurance adjusters and property owners with high quality service and accurate information.Read more about us
HMI was founded in 2003 as the only source for standardized replacement cost values and objective assessments of the condition of trees on residential and commercial properties. Through the years, we have created a national network of professional tree care companies, ISA certified arborists and other subject matter experts to support our growing list of services. Today, we offer a comprehensive suite of products and services to property owners and insurance adjusters, who are dealing with damage to trees, turf, landscaping, as well as unique golf course features such as bunkers, greens, fairways, and tee boxes. Emergency tree removals are available in over 40 states and consulting is available throughout North America and the Caribbean.
After processing over 25,000 emergency tree removal claims and 2,000 large loss claims assignments, HMI has gained the necessary experience to exceed the expectations of insurance adjusters. Our staff includes horticultural experts and other professionals proficient in insurance industry standards.
Continuing Education Video for Tree Removals Using a Crane
Why Choose HMI
Credentialed network with 1,500 arborists and 2,500 tree crews
Continually exceeding customer service expectations
National network covering all 50 states for a tree-related services
Reliable partner for the insurance and tree care industries
News and Advice
Hurricane Harvey: Worst Damage in Texas History?
Swollen rivers in east Texas aren’t expected to crest until later this week, but federal officials are already predicting Tropical Storm Harvey will drive 30,000 people into shelters and spur 450,000 victims to seek some sort of disaster assistance. Several locales have already received 2 feet or more of rain, and forecasters say a reprieve won’t arrive till week’s end at the earliest.
Tropical Storm Irma Threatening the Carolinas
The tropical wave that brought Southwest Florida soaking rains over the weekend, formerly known as Invest 92L, has now organized into Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten. Monday afternoon this wave will likely become Tropical Depression Ten, and by Tuesday is expected to become a tropical storm, taking the next name on the list, Irma.