We’re your trusted source for tree storm damage cleanup.
Here in the southern part of the United States, storms are frequent occurrences. Whether it’s a thunderstorm with high winds and frequent lightning or freezing rain that leaves a sheet of ice over everything, storms can do a lot of damage to a property, especially the trees. When inclement weather leaves you with uprooted, broken, or fallen trees, you can count on our team at Top Notch Tree Service for the tree storm damage cleanup services you need.
Tree services can be dangerous, especially after a storm has left the trees broken or unsteady, but our team is fully licensed and insured, as well as highly trained and experienced, giving you peace of mind any time you hire us to come to do tree storm damage cleanup.
We also believe in providing a personal touch to our services whenever possible, which is why our owner is onsite for every job to oversee the work, and we always strive to leave your property cleaner than when we arrived. We’ll take care of hauling away all the debris, allowing you to focus on other important aspects of returning your home and property to normal after a storm.
We also offer free estimates because we feel you shouldn’t have to pay just to get someone out to even look at your property. Our skilled technicians will carefully assess the damage and provide you with an honest, fair estimate for the work that needs to be done. While we’re there, we can recommend how to best care for your trees in the future, such as regular trimming and inspections to identify trees that are damaged or otherwise struggling and, therefore, more likely to fall victim to the next storm that rolls through.
The next time Mother Nature unleashes her fury on your Statesville, North Carolina property, don’t hesitate to contact our team for tree storm damage cleanup.
At Top Notch Tree Service, we offer tree storm damage cleanup services for people in Mooresville, Denver, Cornelius, Troutman, Statesville, Huntersville, Davidson, Terrell, Sherrills Ford, Lake Catawba, and the Lake Norman area, North Carolina.