Elliott operates out of SavATree’s Springfield branch in Fairfax County,VA providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Fairfax Station, Clifton, Woodbridge and Manassas, VA. Some popular tree, shrub and lawn services offered by Elliott and the SavATree team to clients in the Manassas, VA area include tree removal, tree pruning and trimming, shrub pruning and trimming, tree, shrub and lawn disease management, tree, shrub and lawn fertilization, organic lawn care and other organic care options, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, mosquito and tick treatments and deer browsing prevention services including our effective DeerTech program. If you would like to work with Elliott to create a custom program to care for your property based on your wants and needs, don’t hesistate to reach out today!
Phone: (571) 405-0317
Elliott earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Longwood University.
Elliott has a background working on conventional and organic farms and has been with SavATree for the last four years as a Plant Health Care Specialist.
Elliott grew up in Loudon County, VA and has always preferred working with nature. He enjoys all outdoor activities and also has a passion for music and theater.
“I chose to be an Arborist to pursue my goals towards a sustained and protected natural environment.”
“Weather can be unpredictable, but I will be prepared for any circumstance in order to provide the appropriate services for a healthy landscape.”
Dumfries, Virginia Charter Day 2019
Elliott attended the town of Dumfries, VA annual Charter Day on May 11, 2o19. This is a family fun event held to celebrate the town’s 1749 charter. Dumfries was the first chartered town in Virginia. Attending this event gave Elliott the opportunity to connect with members of the local community and teach them about proper tree, shrub and lawn care. If you are interested in working with an ISA Certified Arborist, contact SavATree today!
Arbor Day in Manassas, VA
On April 17, 2019, Elliott went to the Bright Starts Daycare and Learning Center in Manassas, VA to give an Arbor Day presentation to the children. He discussed when Arbor Day would happen, how it coincides with Earth Day, what an arborist is, benefits of trees in the environment, tree care safety gear and the Virginia State tree, which is the Flowering Dogwood. The 4 and 5 year old children had lots of fun participating in an Arbor Day Activity that taught them about what things were beneficial for trees. All of the children had lots of fun and learned a lot about our environment, Earth Day and Arbor Day!
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