In the spring, there was a huge storm that knock out the power and knocked out some trees in the yard. For a few days, we waited for the lights to come back on. That wasn’t the worst part, the worst part was the trees that fell around our home. We were going to clean them up ourselves, but the damage was too much. After starting on one tree, I quickly realized that this not a job for me. I went to the internet to find anyone in Asheville tree service that could help.
My husband and I got lucky. The first few tree services we called weren’t able to take on anyone due to all of the other tree damage in the area. We went down the list and found someone who was cheap and would be able to come to our home and cut up the trees. He had a small team with him and was reasonable with the price. At that point, I would have paid anything to get the trees up. Especially knowing how busy everyone in that service was.
They came out the next day, really early in the morning, and worked all day long. I offered them lemonade and snacks as a thank you for coming out. I realized that having them doing that was a luxury, something that most people wasn’t able to have. They appreciated the breaks and I appreciated them cleaning up the trees that fell! When they day was nearing the end, they had finished their job and was actually picking up the wood and loading it into a truck to haul off so I didn’t have to do that. It was the little details like that that really made me appreciate their work even more.
When I went to pay, one of the men told me to worry about that the next day. They were going to leave a load of wood to be hauled off in the morning and would come back by to do that before they start their next job then. In the morning, they came and I paid them and gave them all homemade cookies. We were all thrilled, me with the price and them with the cookies!