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Greg Liffen, ISA Certified Arboristgreg-liffen

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Greg operates out of SavATree’s Southampton branch in NY, providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to East Hampton and the surrounding area.

 

Email: gliffen@savatree.com
Phone:631-283-1155

Qualifications:

Greg has been involved in the Horticulture industry for 12 years, with various roles ranging from Grounds Manager for soccer centers in the UK, Owner / Operator of a small tree care company in the UK to Horticulture Manager for one of the top Zoos in the US.

Education:

Greg studied Arboriculture and Agricultural Management in the UK before becoming an Associate Lecturer in Arboriculture. He also studied Turfgrass Ecology at Texas A&M.

Why Did You Become an Arborist?:

“I have always had an affinity for the outdoors, particularly the natural world. Having the opportunity to be outside on a daily basis managing natural resources and talking to others about them is where I wanted to be.”

Customer Service Philosophy:

“Sincerity with a desire to serve the landscape and the customer to the best of my ability.”

Territory List:

East Hampton and the surrounding area.

From the East Hampton Star, April 6, 2017

 

LETTERS TO THE EDITORExcellent Service
East Hampton
March 29, 2017Dear Sir:When I moved to the Hamptons in the late 1960s, I had a five-acre property with a lot of trees that needed extensive work. I started the American Tree Care Company with Rob Kerwin, to whom I sold the company some years later. Rob continued to develop the then very successful business, and sold it to a large corporation before his untimely passing.Point is that I am very familiar with the tree care business.In the past 30 or so years, I have used the services of a number of tree care companies. This year for the first time, at the recommendation of a friend, I contacted Save a Tree to do some extensive work on a number of mature trees, inclduing speciemens, at my East Hampton home.They provided me with a detailed proposal of their services, and after my approval promptly did the work. Sav a Tree’s service has been excellent, and I heartily recommend it to anyone in the area entertaining the retaining of a tree care company’s services.The man from Save a Tree who handled my project is Greg Liffen, a member of the International Society of Arborists, and he can be reached at 631-283-1155.

HENRY W. MARKS