Cleaning up tree damage is second nature for this team.
“Boss’s phone's ringing off the hook, so we're going and seeing many trees every day,” Brandon Coldiron with RC Lawn and Tree said. “It's going to be some long days and some late nights.”
Folks with RC Lawn and Tree said this time of year is always busy.
“Coming out of winter, everybody's starting to think about their yard,” Roach said. “And so when you throw in a storm like this, it just pushes everything back because obviously, this has to get taken care of first.”
For preventative care, experts recommend you take a look at your trees. Look for cavities, which can affect a tree’s strength. Also, make sure you get them properly trimmed and deadwood is removed.
Experts recommend you get your trees professionally looked at at least once every two years to check for deadwood, trimming and any cavities to prevent future damages and costs that may occur if a storm does hit.