Orange County, Virginia Tree Service Provider Offers Same Great Service Under New Management

April 07, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Steadfast Tree Care Orange, a tree service company located in Orange County, Virginia, is delighted to announce that they recently purchased Genesis Tree Service of Orange. It is now being run by new management and will continue to provide homeowners, businesses and public bodies with the service they deserve. Learn more here: https://www.google.com/maps?cid=12460799206039272172.

Philip Wood, speaking on behalf of Steadfast Tree Care Orange, says, “We are reaching out to all our customers to let them know that, should they need essential tree care to protect their homes and properties, they can count on us to deliver the same great service they have become accustomed to. Even though there are many restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tree owners are still responsible for keeping their properties and the public safe by ensuring that their trees do not pose a hazard to the surrounding environment and its inhabitants. They can rest assured that we will be with them quickly for any emergency. If it can wait until normal business hours, we will also be there as quickly as we can to make things safe and clean up any debris.”

Steadfast Tree Care Orange will continue to offer their full suite of tree services to the Orange community and the surrounding areas. They will also provide round-the-clock emergency tree services in addition to their regular hours (Monday through Saturday, from 8am to 6pm). To cope with COVID-19, the company has enacted multiple protection measures, including safe social distancing (which will keep both their own technicians as well as their customers safe).

In addition to emergency tree services, the company can also provide a free tree estimate for tree removal, tree trimming and pruning, stump grinding, debris and brush removal, land clearing, storm clean up and more. They emphasize that their 24-hour customer service and dispatch hotline can be called directly from their website, using a smartphone or other phone-enabled device. More information is available at: https://treeserviceorange.business.site/posts/3709092594931719551.

With many individuals and families across Orange either self-isolating or working and studying from home, it is even more essential for them to ensure that their properties remain safe. With severe weather hitting much of the US, the company wants Orange, Burr Hill, Barboursville, Gordonsville Thornhill, Lahore, Paytes, Locust Grove, and other local communities to know that they are ready to help with any emergency and essential work.



Wood continues, “Whenever any strong winds are expected, it is important to ensure that any branches that are loose—or have become a hazard—are removed before they become a threat to anyone in the vicinity, including the general public. We recommend that you call a professional arborist to ensure that you obtain a proper evaluation of the situation before further damage occurs. We also want to assure everyone that we can help keep their property safe during these unprecedented times. Our success is founded upon our commitment to providing the highest quality workmanship and advice, ensuring the safety of our staff, our customers and their property and caring for the trees, especially since they make our communities so beautiful and help purify the air.”

As a local owned-and-operated company, they are invested in ensuring that their communities thrive as well as that their trees continue to be healthy and safe. Spring is generally the time when removing debris beneath trees is essential to help prevent fungal growth. They also recommend having an arborist inspect all the trees and shrubs on the property, even after a mild winter. They can spot damage that most home and business owners may not recognize, including pests and diseases that could cause havoc if not kept in check.

Those who wish to obtain a free estimate can do so by calling Steadfast Tree Care Orange directly from their website. Their 24-hour customer service and dispatch hotline is available to all who have an emergency on hand that requires tree removal. The company emphasizes that they will follow all prescribed advice throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and want to assure customers who are self-isolating that they will do everything they can to ensure everyone’s safety.

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For more information about Steadfast Tree Care Orange, contact the company here:

Steadfast Tree Care Orange
Phillip Wood
(540) 308-9636
support@steadfasttree.care
Steadfast Tree Care Orange
Orange, VA 22960

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