When a hurricane, ice storm, tornado, or other extreme weather hits the southern, eastern coastal region, we sometimes are able to respond. There is nothing easy about storm cleanup. In our little neck of the woods, we can find ourselves responding to ice storms or wind damage. In those cases, the best way to reach us after hours and on the weekend is by text.
There is a thrill to storm damage cleanup, but it is not easy. It definitely gives a sense of purpose to help others in need. It is also tricky and hazardous work. You may be sleeping in your truck for weeks and eating cold soup out of a can to get by while you help people salvage what they have lost in the storm. When we choose to take on a large-scale disaster, it takes planning and a strong skill set to accomplish what needs to be done.