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Who should I hire to help with my storm cleanup?

Professional storm cleanup services are useful for after a hurricane, windstorm, flood, fire, tornado, winter storm, or any other kind of natural disaster.

Junk removal companies that offer storm cleanup services make it easy to put your home and your life back together, saving you time, stress, and risk.
 

How much does storm cleanup cost?

Professional storm cleanup services cost anywhere from $300-$2,000 on average, but your project could cost more or less depending on the severity of the project, where you live, who you hire, and more.

How long does storm cleanup take?

Storm cleanup takes anywhere from an hour to a full 8-hour day or more. If you have a single downed tree, or lightweight brush to pick up and haul away, it shouldn’t take more than a few hours to complete the project. If you are recovering from a severe storm, you can likely expect your storm cleanup to take at least one 8-hour work day to complete, likely more.