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Tree Service & Lawn Care Expert Serving Rye, NY

Scot Boyce, ISA Certified Arborist

ISA Certified Arborist

Territory:

Scot operates out of SavATree’s Mamaroneck branch in Westchester County, NY providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Harrison, Rye Brook and Rye, NY.

 

Email: sboyce@savatree.com
Phone: (914) 494-9899

Qualifications:

Scot has been working on landscapes in and around the Rye area for over 10 years.  His main service area is Southern Westchester County, NY.

Education:

Scot earned his associate’s degree from SUNY Delhi, and his Bachelor of Science Degree in Horticulture-Plant Science from SUNY Cobleskill.

Industry Involvement, Awards and Certifications:

  • ISA Certified Arborist
  • Golf course, assistant golf course superintendent
  • Worked at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, NY, during the 1989 US Open
  • Worked at Westchester Country Club in 1993 during the Buick Classic

Personal:

Scot is married and lives in Port Chester, NY. He enjoys golf, sports , coin collecting, volunteer work and traveling.

Why He Became An Arborist:

“I became an Arborist to experience different aspects of landscaping.  I wanted to have the opportunity to work on beautiful properties, taking care of beautiful landscapes, in beautiful settings.”

Customer Service Philosophy:

“You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.”

Territory List:

Westchester County
Harrison
Port Chester
Rye
Rye Brook

Honorable Mentions

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Customer Testimonial

“I am a new and highly satisfied customer of SavATree. For 50 years I have lived in the same house in the Greenhaven area, and in that time I have never had a tree company that gave me such fine service. I attribute this excellent service chiefly to my arborist, Scot Boyce. Scot has always replied promptly to my phone inquiries and given me sound advice, but today he won me for life as a SavATree customer. I asked him to come look at a Japanese maple that was shading my terrace and discuss pruning it, but when he saw how beautiful it was he advised me to move my lawn chair from time to time and leave the noble tree alone- a loss of immediate business for your company, but a long term investment in customer loyalty.”
Joan K., Rye, NY
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