With Oklahoma’s tornado season having just ended, GreenPro Outdoor Services is here to help! So much damage can occur during these forceful events. Whether your lawn was damaged from fallen uprooted trees or your green lawn and landscape were flooded, our landscape team is here to bring aid.
It can be traumatizing and overwhelming to face these challenges alone; having GreenPro by your side can provide not only peace of mind but also proper care to your property after such harrowing events.
When a tornado plows through Oklahoma, the damage to your property is always a huge question. Once your home is determined safe, the next step should be to assess the outdoor property lines of your acreage. Have trees fallen, uprooted, or damaged grass? Have massive amounts of debris flown in and created mayhem on your landscape? Do plants and shrubs need trimming after being broken and snapped? Doing this type of cleanup alone can take weeks and by the time you’re finally done, it may be too late to save some of your landscaping. Hiring lawn care and landscape professionals like GreenPro can help you quickly and efficiently not only assess the damage but re-landscape your property.
There are many low elevation points within Tulsa’s county lines, especially close to the Arkansas River. When the river rises to such levels, your lawn inevitably becomes the first victim to suffer. More drainage points within your lawn (where water may otherwise sit for longer than is acceptable) may be added, helping to keep mosquitoes and pests away. Also, water sitting too close to your house structure could have a detrimental effect on your home and foundation. Adding more drainage to increase the flow of flooded areas will make a huge difference in the health of your lawn and foundation. Having GreenPro assess your lawn after such incidents will help to aid you in care and provide you with possible points of correction.
Call us now if you’re experiencing some of these issues currently, and make sure to keep GreenPro’s number on your phone. You’ll want to contact us when the next storm hits.