Get the Emergency Storm Damage Response you deserve!
When you have storm damage, you don’t need someone next week. You need them today! Response time for storm damage is treated like an emergency because it is an emergency. The most common damage after a storm is falling tree limbs and branches. Downed tree limbs often fall on power lines and easily can come in contact with metal conductors, which can become hazardous to family, home, and pets.
Safety awareness is important after storm damage has occurred, especially if a fallen tree is involved. Do not go near any downed wires. If a power line has fallen onto a vehicle, immediately step away and call 911. N&D Tree advises to keep all pets and children clear of any storm damage until a N&D Tree crew is able to clear the scene. Even after power lines have been removed from a scene, hazards still linger as fallen tree limbs can create damage to structures the limb landed on. When choosing your response team, choose a team you know you can count on. N&D Tree is insured and works diligently to train each crew-member to safety standards.
Clean Up and Inspection
The job doesn’t stop after the emergency is over. After the danger is over, crews begin the process of clean up, repair, and inspection. Debris, left over from the dismantling of fallen limbs and branches, is removed by N&D Tree crews. As most tree limbs and branches break off in shattered pieces, the exposed area of the tree from the broken limb is sawed down and sealed, if necessary. Before making their departure, the team lead will inspect the scene and surrounding trees to ensure other trees have not sustained damage. Trees leaning after a storm indicate root damage and may incur risk of future failure, if not treated. If crown restoration is necessary, N&D Tree professionals will set up instructions of recommended care for the homeowner.