SavATree is pleased to welcome St. Croix Tree Service of Roberts, Wisconsin and Hopkins, Minnesota under its canopy. Dedication to service and a high degree of professionalism are hallmarks of both companies and they both hold the highly regarded Tree Care Industry accreditation. The President and CEO of St. Croix Tree Service, Dennis Ullom will be staying on the team while continuing his other passion, the selection and planting of beautiful trees and shrubs under the trade name of Instant Green Tree Planting. Chris Muehleck, former VP of Sales and Operations Manager for St. Croix will serve as District Manager and Nick Bomber, former Assistant Branch Manager in SavATree’s Bedford office has been promoted to Integration Manager for the Wisconsin and Minneapolis markets. All current customers can expect to continue to receive the highest quality care for their landscapes from the same local arborists and field crews they have come to know and trust.
Country Green, an ecologically responsible tree and lawn care company with customers located throughout New York and Connecticut, has recently joined forces with SavATree. A focus on environmental integrity and unparalleled customer service distinguish both companies and set them apart from the competition. “I can’t think of a better partner than SavATree and SavaLawn,” said Country Green founder and President Paul Saltanis. “It was a natural fit since we both share a commitment to sustainability and providing organic solutions for our clients.”
SavATree demonstrates their commitment by offering an organic program with the highest standard: only materials certified organic by the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) are used. This means that the product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Customers can take advantage of SavATree’s expanded range of high quality organic services using an environmentally sound approach.