Tree Service & Lawn Care Expert Serving Huntington, NY
Tom Marshall, ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Tom operates out of SavATree’s Brookville branch in Old Brookville, NY providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Hewlett Bay, Laurel Hollow, Lloyd Harbor, Lloyd Neck, Lawrence, Huntington, Syosset and Massapequa Park, NY. Some of the most popular services he offers to clients in the Hewlett area include organic lawn care, weed control, lawn fertilization, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, pest and insect control including our organic tick and mosquito treatments, deer browsing prevention services including our popular DeerTech program, shrub and hedge trimming, tree trimming, tree pruning, tree fertilization, tree disease treatments and management and tree removal. It is very important to have your property assessed by a certified arborist regularly to ensure the health, safety and beauty of your landscape. Tom will come out to your property and work with you to create a custom tree, shrub and lawn care program tailored to your needs and wants. Contact us today and you will not be disappointed!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (516) 656-0980
Tom received a certificate award for completion of Cornell Cooperative Extension course: Veggie Farming: From Season- long Care to Harvest.
Tom has worked for many years as a vegetable and fruit farmer growing and cultivating vegetable crops and peach trees from seed to harvest. His time at SavATree has been spent performing Plant Health Care and Lawn Care services.
- NYS Commercial Pesticide Applicator License
Tom lives in Glen Cove, New York. He loves being outdoors enjoying activities such as camping, sailing, and golfing with his family.
Why He Became An Arborist:
Tom became an arborist because he loves the outdoors and learning as much as he can about the environment. He finds the work of an arborist to be challenging and rewarding.
Customer Service Philosophy:
“I love helping my clients create an appealing landscape by infusing my knowledge with SavATree’s excellent service lines and programs.”
What are Tom’s Clients Saying?
Observations in the Field:
Active Hemlock Wooly Adelgig in Huntington, New York
February 27, 2020 – Be on the lookout! Hemlock Wooly Adelgig is a very common and destructive insect. Here is an example of active Adelgig in February. Please contact your local SavATree arborist to come up with a seasonable treatment plan, as well as to address any questions or concerns you may have.
Syosset, New York
February 21, 2020 – Bagworms are a highly destructive insect. Here is an example of damage from last season. Please contact me for an inspection to help your trees and shrubs!
Bayshore, New York
February 21, 2020 – Pruning done improperly can often do more harm then good. An example is this oak tree, the canopy is now completely out of balance. Make sure to work with an arborist and quality tree professionals.
St. James, New York
January 14, 2020 – Another way to tell deer are on your property besides the damage to your plants is “buck rub”. If your trees look like this, it is a good sign that deer are present and that they are probably snacking on your favorite shrubs and flowers. Keep your property healthy and safe from deer with SavATree’s DeerTech ultrasonic system and sprays. Our natural, safe repellents are a great way to keep deer damage to a minimum. Contact your local ISA Certified Arborist for a complimentary tree, shrub and lawn assessment!
Struggling Alaskan Cedar
June 26, 2019 – When landscaping your property, it’s important to be conscientious of maintaining proper planting death and soil level of current specimens when adding new plantings to your property. The rocks and beds of this Alaskan cedar were put around the trees years after they were planted. After several years, the trees are now showing visible signs of the stress caused by the grade change.
Be Careful of Sprinkers
June 26, 2019 – Be mindful of where your sprinkler heads are pointed as some plant material won’t respond well to being showered daily. For example, the taxus below does not like being wet every day. Contact SavATree for advice on how to properly care for your property.
June 26, 2019 – Summer is here and gardens are in full bloom. With beautiful weather ahead, we can enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. If you’re having any trouble in your garden, contact SavATree!
Fruit Tree Treatments
June 26, 2019 – When life gives you lemons, contact a local SavATree arborist! If you are having any trouble with your fruit trees, SavATree can help. We offer a custom fruit tree treatment program tailored to your needs to help you alone. Happy Summer!
Inch Worms on a River Birch
June 26, 2019 – This week, I was on a clients’ property in Huntington, NY and noticed this damage on the leaves of their trees. This defoliation was caused by inchworms. They are very hungry moths in their larval state. These tiny critters can cause a lot of damage to your trees if they aren’t taken care of promptly. Keep a look out for these little guys! If you do notice inchworms or inchworm damage on your property, contact your local SavATree arborist right away.
Lace Bug Treatments in Seaford, Long Island
May 8, 2019 – The lace bug, a sucking insect, loves to feed on andromeda, weakening the plant and making it less visually appealing. It can be difficult to remove the damaged parts of the plant without removing healthy parts with it. A certified arborist can help to save your andromeda and other plants from an infestation of lace bugs or other insects. Contact us today!
Lawn Disease in Northport, Long Island
May 8, 2019 – With wet and warmer weather on Long Island, watch out for lawn diseases! If you notice any patchy, brown spots on your lawn, that’s your cue to call SavATree. Reach out to us right away and we’ll schedule a free consultation with one of our certified arborists.
Baby Birds in Massapequa, Long Island
May 8, 2019 – These baby birds were spotted in a client’s tree in Massapequa, NY. SavATree is an environmentally conscious company. We help landscapes stay alive and thrive for our clients and their guests! Contact SavATree today and schedule a free consultation with one of our certified arborists.
Pear Trees in Woodbury, Long Island
April 24, 2019 – Spring has sprung and it’s time to get your disease treatments scheduled. These Pear Trees produce beautiful white flowers around this time each year. If your Pear Trees don’t bloom beautifully each year, contact your local SavATree arborist. Our carefully timed treatments will help your trees flourish!
The Beauty of the Long Island Landscape
One of the many great things about being a certified arborist is the ability to work outside in nature. Tom was able to take these beautiful photos while working on clients’ landscapes on Long Island!