For Tawa Tree Service, business is booming since the storms that moved through more than a week ago.
Crews spent the day on the Bluffton University campus clearing downed trees and hauling away the wood.
Trying to clean up the damage might be something you can do by yourself, but in many cases the job can be a bit daunting.
Knowing who to choose to take care of your storm damage should be a decision that weighs a number of factors according to Better Business Bureau director Neil Winget.
If you decide not to go it alone, Winget says it pays to do your homework and get estimates first and Winget says dealing with a local company is an important factor in choosing a contractor.