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Storm Damage Cleanup Services in Dallas

Thursday, June 3, 2010 @ 01:06 PM  posted by admin

Storms can do a lot of damage to a property. While no one can ever predict the impact a storm will have, it’s the cleanup and dealing with the aftermath that becomes the real challenge. The answer is a storm cleanup plan that can help restore the landscape architecture back to its original beauty.

Of course not all storms will leave a property seriously damaged, but generally speaking, a storm strong enough to uproot trees or one approaching hurricane level will usually leave a ton of debris in its wake. Much of the damage by a storm is caused by falling trees and limbs that can bring down power lines. Fifty to 60 mph winds can take a heavy toll on the system, often requiring equipment and people who have the experience to handle emergency situations.

It’s natural after a storm for people to rush to clean up their property. Just keep in mind the typical injuries that can follow, which are often the result of people falling off roofs and ladders while attempting repairs. And then there are the potential dangers of people seriously hurting themselves with chainsaws or saws as they try to clear away fallen trees and limbs, debris and broken objects. Stress and overextending one’s self with physical labor can also lead to personal injury.

The truth is, there are a lot of things that can happen in the aftermath of a serious storm, but the one thing that can be counted on is the timely advice of professionals who are experienced with storm damage cleanup in Dallas.

The professionals at Wauson Tree Service can give you a free estimate and advise what storm damages fall within our service parameters. Having been in the business for over fifty years, we’ve seen a lot of storms come and go. And this means we can help you get back on your feet as quickly as possible.

Why stress? Give us a call today at 214-450-8720, or you can email me at Walt [at] wausontreeservice [dot] com.

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