Benjamin Newton works for Timber Tree Services. They're
based out of Asheville, North Carolina, but Aiken, South Carolina has been
keeping them busy since the ice storm hit.
Newton said, "We've been lined up with plenty of work. We're
bidding and doing estimates everyday. It's been real hectic with broken limbs
over people's houses. Anything dangerous, we want gone."
But a danger the Aiken County Sheriff's Office has been
warning about is companies like theirs, in town for clean up efforts looking to
Aiken Sheriff Michael Hunt said last week in a press
conference that he received 25 to 30 calls from concerned citizens.
Timber Tree Services said their cleanup could take two or
three more weeks and they recommend everyone do their homework.
Timber Tree Services' Sebastian Nevarro said, "Check as many
estimates as possible and see if you can get the best price."
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