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After a huge storm or natural disaster the exterior space of your property may be in shambles. Fallen or damaged trees may have damaged your home, limbs and other yard debris my litter the area outside your home or business and make it not only look bad but also increase the risk of walking around the property. Fortunately, there’s a way to deal with these disasters. Just call the professionals at We Supply Tree Service anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our Emergency 24 Hour Tree Service is available to fix your problem 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The We Supply Tree Service Emergency Tree Cleanup Teams know how scary and confusing post-storm cleaning can be. By providing around-the-clock services, our teams give you more peace of mind going into the morning. When we arrive at your property, we'll remove the most hazardous trees and limbs first – ones that have fallen on the roof or that are in danger of falling. This way, you don’t incur any additional danage to what was already by caused by the storm, and you can start any necessary repairs.
Trees and power lines were downed in much of the Eastern United States, with more than 3 million power outages reported, nearly half of them in New Jersey. Isaias was the second tropical cyclone to affect the Northeastern States in a 3-week time span after Tropical Storm Fay in early July. Many people were without power for days after the storm in New York and Connecticut, leading to investigations into power and electricity companies. There were 17 storm-related deaths (direct and indirect): 14 in the contiguous United States, two in the Dominican Republic, and one in Puerto Rico. Overall, Isaias caused approximately $4.725 billion (2020 USD) in damage, with $4.5 billion in damage occurring in the U.S. alone, making Isaias the costliest tropical cyclone to affect the Northeastern United States since Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Thanks to our 24 Hour Emergency Tree Service, our crews were out throughout that night and the days following the storm, removing downed trees from driveways and yards; helping our neighbors get their lives back to normal.