Lightning and storm damage in the garden
A strong storm sweeps over your property and sweeps away anything that has not been nailed down or protected from the wind. Broken branches and fallen trees adorn numerous streets and gardens. While the fire brigades are busy clearing trees from roads, you can work in your garden yourself, provided you have the suitable tools. If the storm caused damage to furniture, cars, etc.; for example, due to a fallen tree, you should again document these with photos and videos so that you can discuss the damage with your insurance company.
After heavy rain and storms, you are always well equipped with cordless and petrol devices, because you do not need a working power supply with them. With a petrol or cordless chainsaw, fallen trees and thick, damaged branches can be cut and sawed off, in order to then dry and be used as firewood, for example. You can also reach high, kinked branches with pole saws, and you can cut off smaller branches within reach with a cordless pruning saw.
For example, you can cut off bent or broken branches with the Einhell cordless pruning saw.