Custom Tree Care Inc

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Custom Tree Care Inc
Custom Tree Care Inc offers Tree Services services in Topeka KS.

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Custom Tree Care Inc has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Custom Tree Care Inc has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Topeka, Kansas is 37 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Custom Tree Care, Inc. shared Town of Bay Harbor Islands's post.
As soon as Hurricane Irma's winds subsided, Bay Harbor Islands Town administration and staff hit the streets, eager to begin the restoration process so that they might return our beloved Town back to her beautiful self. Damage assessment was made and the debris cleanup began. The debris cleanup is nearly complete. Next week the debris collected will be ground up and hauled to the County's landfill. This was no easy task, so we thank all who are involved, especially our Public Works employees. Know that the love and pride our residents have for Bay Harbor Islands is shared by those in its employ. We ❤️ the Town of Bay Harbor Islands!

Custom Tree Care, Inc. shared Town of Bay Harbor Islands's post.
Important message from the Town of Bay Harbor Islands The Town of Bay Harbor Islands has experienced localized flooding due to the heavy rains and storm surge accompanying Hurricane Irma. Visible damage thus far appears to have been limited to Palms, shade trees and other vegetation. The flooding combined with the broken tree limbs, downed trees and other vegetation littering the roadways has made many of our streets difficult to pass. As such we ask that you stay off the roads as much as possible until they are cleared. Public works will begin the clean-up process at 7:00 AM tomorrow morning, Monday, September 11th, and the FEMA Debris removal team will be arriving later in the day to begin work on Tuesday. We ask for your patience as we complete this task. There has been a loss of power throughout the Town. There is as yet no timetable as to when we might expect power to be restored. Know that the Town is doing everything in its power to return things to normal, in the safest most expeditious manner. You should also be aware that our Police Department will be setting up checkpoints as you enter the Town for the safety and security of our residents. We remind you please do not drive or walk through flooded areas as they may be much deeper than you realize and there can be hidden hazards. Continue to monitor the radio or TV for advice and/or instructions. Obey all curfew and emergency orders when issued.

Custom Tree Care, Inc. shared Bryan Norcross's post.
Monday morning update on HURRICANE IRMA: It increasingly looks like Irma will be a direct threat to South Florida. I am recommending that everybody get their supplies now... TODAY... before the frenzy starts in a few days. Attached is an excellent list from the National Weather Service in Miami, but I have a few suggested changes and additions: 1. For a big storm like Irma, you need enough water to drink for 7 days. The water does NOT have to be bottled. You can simply buy water containers and fill them with tap water. 2. Get a plastic sheet to line the tub. Then you can fill your tub with water without it leaking out. You'll use this to flush the toilet and for basic cleaning if the water goes out. 3. Have enough food on hand to eat for 7 days - food bars and other packaged food is good. 4. Buy a large number of Ziploc-like plastic bags - large and small. You'll use them to protect papers and other valuables AND you'll fill them 3/4 full of water and stuff the freezer full. Do that by midweek to be sure they are frozen when/if the power goes out over the weekend. It will keep the refrigerator colder. Do NOT set your fridge on the lowest setting. 5. Get a portable radio that receives AM and FM. NOAA radio is good, but doesn't get you information on evacuations and other instructions. Get batteries. 6. Get LED flashlights and/or lanterns. They run forever on fewer batteries. But you still need plenty of extra batteries. 7. Get large plastic bags. They are invaluable for keeping valuable things dry if you have a leak. 8. Get large plastic boxes. If you put your valuables, photos, and papers in plastic bags inside the boxes, they will likely be okay. 9. Get plastic sheeting and plenty of duct tape. 10. Do your laundry this week! Now is the time to review these lists and THINK. What are you going to do if the storm comes? I would take action on getting supplies now. There is nothing on the lists that you can't keep and use. Hurricane Irma is strengthening and on an ominous path. Full preparation should be underway in the northern Leeward Islands and will be needed very soon in the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the northern D.R./Haiti, and the Bahamas. In Florida, due to the large number of people that may have to prepare, good sense says to do it early. It is impossible to know how bad the hit will be, but all of the evidence points to a significant threat. TODAY is the day to begin the preparation process. Review your plan and take the first steps.

Custom Tree Care, Inc. is at St. Cloud City Hall.
Custom Tree Care is conducting a debris management seminar with the City of St. Cloud at their EOC. The time to prepare and plan is before the storm.