Tree Care & Lawn Service Expert Serving Andover, MA
Susan Hamilton, Arborist
Territory and Services:
Susan operates out of SavATree’s Middleton, MA branch providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Andover, North Andover, Haverhill, Bradford and Boxwood, MA. If you are in the Andover area and are interested in any care for your property, don’t hesitate to reach out to Susan and the team. Some popular services offered out of the Middleton office include tree removal, tree pruning, tree and lawn fertilization, lawn and tree disease treatments, lawn aeration, lawn seeding, organic lawn care and other organic care services, shrub services including fertilization and disease management, pest control such as tick and mosquito treatments and deer repellents. Keep your property safe, healthy and beautiful with the help of the professionals at SavATree!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (978) 739-2300
Susan comes from a long line of gardeners and farmers. Her great-grandmother started one of the first nurseries in Lyndhurst, Ohio selling starter plants to locals in the 1800s. Her great-grandmother’s knowledge and practices have been passed down to Susan. Gardening is more than a hobby to Susan – it’s in her DNA!
Susan has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Iowa State University. While at Iowa State, her science courses were heavily rooted in Botany, Biology, and Chemistry.
Susan loves the outdoors. On her days off, she can be found gardening, looking at plants in nurseries, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and sailing.
Why She Became An Arborist:
“I am passionate about nature and helping others. I want to help my community solve their tree, shrub, or lawn issue. If you care about your yard, I know how much effort goes into making it thrive.”
Customer Service Philosophy:
“I have a lot of empathy. You can put a lot of time and energy into building your vision of a beautiful yard, and often, nature can take its own toll on it. Whether it be from drought, storms, age, or infection, my goal is help you get to the other side of the issue and to manage it along the way.”