Tree Care & Lawn Care Expert Serving Armonk, NY and the Surrounding Area
Tom Marino, ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Tom operates out of SavATree’s Bedford branch in Westchester County, NY, providing comprehensive tree care, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Armonk, NY. Some popular services offered to Tom’s clients in the Armonk area include organic lawn care and other organic care options, weed control, lawn and tree fertilization, lawn and tree disease and insect prevention and treatment programs, tree pruning and trimming, tree removal and shrub services. We also offer deer browsing prevention and deer repellent services provided by our popular DeerTech program. Call Tom today to set up your comprehensive tree, shrub and lawn care treatment program!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (914) 244-1700
Tom has been working on landscapes and providing tree service in and around the Armonk area for over 35 years.
Tom earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Botany from the University of New Haven, and a Master of Forest Science degree in Tree Physiology/Tree Pathology from The Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
Industry Involvement, Awards and Certifications:
- ISA Certified Arborist
- Division A Governor for Toastmasters International, District 46
On his free time, Tom likes to get involved in the community by performing Arbor Day and Earth Day Events for local school groups and assisting in the Armonk Art Show.
Tom and his wife Dianne have two children. He lives with his family in New Fairfield, CT and he enjoys being an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 42 in New Fairfield.
Why He Became An Arborist:
“My interest in plants blossomed when I was young. My father loved gardening; I can remember spending afternoons helping him plant. I went on to study botany in college and later, during my graduate studies, targeted my focus on trees.”
Customer Service Philosophy:
“To build enthusiasm and passion in clients about trees, shrubs and lawns by teaching them about their landscape needs.”