Nashville has seen its fair share of downed power lines and fallen trees from summer storms this year. June and July reported severe weather with strong winds, heavy rain and hail. The high amount of rainfall caused many trees to be uprooted. The summer storm winds blew other trees over. Community Tree’s emergency storm damage team has busy ever since with removing trees from homes, condos, apartment buildings and cars. Downed trees were found on Interstate I-40 and many major roads and neighborhoods such as Crieve Hall, Fieldstone Farms, Harpeth Trace Estates, Providence, Oakhall, Countryside Estates, Lebanon Road, Charlotte Pike, Nolensville Pike, and Franklin Road. The team was called at all hours of the night.
Tree Service Requests After Storm
- Remove trees leaning on exterior walls of apartment building
- Cut dangerous limbs off trees still standing
- Remove tree uprooted from the heavy rains
- Take down tree from rooftop
- Cut up fallen tree and haul it away
- Trim damaged branches
The arborists at Community Tree save and restore when possible. Usually with the storm damage, tree removal is required. Below are some tree damage photos from the Nashville area storms
Donelson Apartment Storm Damage
Stewart’s Ferry Apartments
8100 Stewarts Ferry Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37214
This popular Donelson apartment community saw significant winds and storm damage to the buildings and resident cars. These are the apartments on the righthand side of the road off the Stewart’s Ferry exit on I-40 or when you travel on Bell Road and turn toward Lebanon Pike on Stewart’s Ferry Parkway.
Bellevue Condos Fallen Trees
100 Westfield Dr, Nashville, TN 37221
Condos in West Nashville were hit with several inches of rainwater uprooting trees. Our arborist team unfortunately had to remove these trees. Many of the roots are broken during the process which makes it more difficult for restorative efforts. It would be great to reset the roots and replant the tree. We do this when possible.
South Nashville Home Wind Damage
We received a call from our longtime South Nashville clients after a severe windstorm in July. We were sad to hear the news of the damage to their home and roof. Out team worked swiftly to remove trees while adhering to emergency work techniques to avoid additional damage or injury.