Davey Tree and Lawn Care

Davey Tree and Lawn Care
Davey Tree and Lawn Care offers Tree Services services in Maitland FL.

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Davey Tree and Lawn Care has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Davey Tree and Lawn Care has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Maitland, Florida is 31 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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RT @treesrtheanswr: Another 200,000+ tree inventory being performed by Davey Resource Group, A Division of The Davey Tree Expert Company…ht…

We love our interns! In 2016, Davey interns received 65 percent of the company's Arbor Grant scholarships, awarded for studying green industry topics. Kyle Meyer, who interned at Davey's Fort Collins, Colorado, Residential/Commercial office received his Arbor Grant from the office's district manager, Natalie McNeill. #NationalInternDay

Read the story of one of many Davey #SuperInterns here: ow.ly/d0RJ30dY85G

A large Davey crew pauses for a pit stop at a combination lunch counter and gas station. The crews are embarking on a large tree moving job for a client. Their fleet includes three pieces of apparatus for tree moving and a spray truck. The image is likely circa 1930s. #DaveyHistory

A large Davey crew circa 1930s at a lunch counter/gas station. #DaveyHistory #TBT https://t.co/VPwfZoJ91d

RT @davepxp: A heartfelt "Thank You" to @DaveyTree and CFHS for transplanting Grant's tree from our old house to the high school grounds. B…

Davey's Heath Gober explains importance of keeping trees hydrated, especially during drought conditions on @News4SA twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

With six inches less rain than normal, San Antonio is now in a stage one drought. Heath Gober, East San Antonio R/C office, explains the importance of keeping your trees hydrated now with these best watering tips on News 4 San Antonio. Online article: http://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/burn-ban-issued-for-bexar-county-effective-immediately

Prevent heat-related health effects while working outside this summer by drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated, having frequent rest periods with water breaks in shaded or air-conditioned recovery areas and monitoring for signs and symptoms of overexposure.

#TreeTuesday Per an article by The Atlantic, American trees are heading out west, but no one knows the true cause of this migration.
Climate change only explains at least 20 percent of the movement.