B & B Tree Service

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B & B Tree Service
B & B Tree Service offers Tree Services services in Monroe LA.

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B & B Tree Service has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that B & B Tree Service has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Monroe, Louisiana is 35 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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11 trees that produce beautiful fall colors...
One of autumn's joys is watching the leaves on the trees change color; look at the enduring popularity of day trips (or even longer excursions) just to enjoy this phenomenon. If you're lucky, you can enjoy the show at home thanks to the trees that are already planted. If you think a little more colo...

A fascinating tree phenomenon...
Crown shyness is a fascinating phenomenon in which the highest branches of a tree canopy mysteriously avoid touching each other.

Flood damaged trees in Texas have found new life as recycled wood is being used to help rebuild. #TheValueOfTrees #PlantATree
Two years after the Memorial Day Floods, a Wimberley resort is rebuilding and using torn down trees for its new cabins.The Rio Bonito Resort and The Waters Point are two businesses on the same property off the Blanco River in Wimberley. Both owned by the M

According to the U.S. Forest Service, planting a tree in front of a house increases the home’s sale price by an average of $7,130! #MoneyCanGrowOnTrees #TreeBenefits
Are your clients looking for a smart-home improvement project with a significant return on investment? Advise them to plant a tree.

Our #treeoftheweek is the #LiveOak (Quercus virginiana). The tree’s branches spread nearly twice the distance of its height and form rounded canopies, making the Live Oak an ideal shade tree in the heat of the south.
Did you know the first three forestry laws passed by American Congress were aimed at protecting live oak? Live oak was so valuable to America’s…