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January 10, 2020

Fall Plant Health Care Inspections

Autumn is FAST approaching which means…FALL PLANT HEALTH CARE INSPECTIONS!!!

For those who may be new to our service, every year our PHC technicians visit your landscape to check the health of your trees and shrubs. This is a free service we provide to make sure everything is satisfactory with your landscape. We also evaluate how successful our programs and services have been throughout the year. As always, our goal is to provide you with the best service and to keep you informed on issues that affect your landscapes. We hope to provide you with recommendations that will ensure that your trees and shrubs remain healthy and vigorous. If you have any specific areas in your landscape that are problematic or if you would like us to pay special attention to any area in particular, please give us a call and let us know. We will be stopping by your yard soon!!

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