Matt Milliron, Branch Manager and ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Matt is the Branch Manager of SavATree’s Santa Rosa Beach branch on the Florida panhandle. Some popular services that he offers to his clients in the Destin Area include tree removal, tree pruning, tree fertilization and disease management, and organic tree and shrub services. If you are in need of any services to keep your property beautiful and healthy, contact Matt. He will come out to your property and set up a custom tree and shrub care program for your property.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (850) 267-3384
- ISA Certified Arborist FL-9640A
- FDEP Professional Mangrove Trimmers – Southwest and South Districts
- Oversaw major hurricane restoration projects for Florida State Parks after Hurricanes Irma and Michael.
- Managed salvage timber operations for Tyndall Airforce base after Hurricane Michael.
Matt is a fourth generation Floridian who is married with two kids who all enjoy the outdoors. His hobbies include fishing, mountain biking, running, hiking, and travelling.
Why Did You Become an Arborist?
“I started in the Forestry Industry as a wildland firefighter. I knew I wanted to stay in the outdoor industry but wanted a more family friendly career. I studied for my ISA Arborist certification while working as a Forestry Consultant and my Arborist career took off from there.”
Your Customer Service Philosophy:
“My approach to customer service is to take personal ownership for providing the customer with efficient and prompt service, starting with carefully listening to the customer, ensuring I clearly understand the customers needs, determining how I can best fulfill these needs, doing what needs to be done to meet the customers expectations and taking extreme ownership of the customer experience.”
Community Involvement & Other Notable Information:
- Supporter of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
- Member of the ISA Florida Chapter
- Volunteer for the Florida Forest Service’s Operation Outdoor Freedom
Matt has fought wildfires in six different states!