Arbor Bay Tree & Landscaping

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Arbor Bay Tree & Landscaping
Arbor Bay Tree & Landscaping offers Tree Services services in Tampa FL.

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Arbor Bay Tree & Landscaping has an overall ZapScore of 91. This means that Arbor Bay Tree & Landscaping has a higher ZapScore than 91% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Tampa, Florida is 36 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Dear neighbors, We are doing our best with limited resources to address as many trees as possible before Irma lands. We ask that you please have a plan set if the hurricane stays on its current path. This is a caliber of storm that our company has never seen, and a direct hit will be devastating to our neighborhood regardless of the condition of its trees. We will be locking up shop towards the end of this week with enough time to allow our employees to see to their families and evacuate if necessary. In the meantime, we are working overtime to help alleviate the risk of future damages, focusing on the emergency work first. Our thoughts and prayers are with our customers, friends, family & neighbors. We will be sharpening our saws in anticipation, and the first back on the scene to help clean up once the floods subside. God bless. Please stay safe. -The Arbor Bay team

Storm damage Sunday work. Great job to the weekend volunteers. The home is safe!

Arbor Bay Tree Service added 2 new photos.
Storm season is beginning. High winds toppled this Chinaberry. Before and after pictures.

Diseased 80 inch Live Oak down! Way to make this dangerous removal look easy, guys. Keep up the good work.

Our Certified Arborist bracing this old Live Oak. The codominant limbs began to split apart after the most recent storm. If you look carefully, you can see two steel cables installed in the upper canopy. With proper care, live oaks have a 200-300 year life expectancy!