Penn Line Service Inc

Penn Line Service Inc
Penn Line Service Inc offers Tree Services services in Ashland VA.

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Penn Line Service Inc has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that Penn Line Service Inc has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Ashland, Virginia is 38 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Photo by: Jacob Given "Irma Storm Work 2017 Palm Beach Florida"

Hunger Action Month update: We raised a total of $7,330! and matched the amount up to $5,000 that total comes to $12,330 which translates to about $123,300 worth of food for the people of Westmoreland County. Thank you all so much for helping to end hunger here! #HungerActionMonth

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Hurricane Irma Relief Team! Richard Potter, John Spargo, & Crew Members traveled from Waldorf, Md to Naples, Fl

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Today we helped sort and package food with the Westmoreland County Food Bank. September is Hungar Action month, it was great to see all these wonderful volunteers out helping.

Sept. 18, 2017 A message from Eric Silagy President and CEO of Florida Power & Light Company To all Florida employees: Within seven days, we've restored power to more than 4.3 million customers. However, now's not the time to let up. Our focus must remain squarely on the roughly 130,000 customers who are depending upon all of us to get their lights back on. The recovery effort we are in the midst of is unprecedented in our company's history, as the storm impacted all 27,000 square miles and 35 counties we serve. We experienced the largest number of outages of any utility in the U.S., and we're restoring thousands of customers each day. It's not just this storm that is unprecedented -- so too is your dedication and passion to doing what's right for our customers. I realize that executing an effort of this magnitude requires many sacrifices to be made -- be it spending long days and nights away from your families for days on end or being on the front lines in unbelievably harsh operating conditions restoring service to our customers. I never lose sight of this fact and thank each and every one of you who are giving your all to help us get the lights back on for our customers. Making that sacrifice and putting our customers first is part of our culture. While we all know that, it's nice to see our customers recognize it and show their appreciation. Many of our customers, grateful to see power restored to their homes, are quick to offer a cup of coffee, a bottle of water or a firm handshake. One of our appreciative customers took to social media to share her heartfelt thanks to our workers -- her True story behind the scenes -- and I encourage you to take a few minutes to read it. I'd also like to recognize some of our unsung heroes in our restoration army: our vegetation crews who are working through extremely hot and humid conditions to clear the path, so our lineworkers can safely restore power. From longstanding banyan trees ripped out of the earth at their roots like a weed, to overgrown bamboo trees that spread as quickly as they grow -- it truly is a jungle out there. Our teams are facing enormous challenges, clearing heavy vegetation blocking access and removing whole trees that have collapsed onto power lines. This is arduous, backbreaking work that can take crews up to five hours in the hardest-hit areas. I've seen vegetation so dense that the men and women fighting to remove it seemingly disappear just a few feet away. Thank you to these teams for their focus and dedication, as they truly set the pace for our overall restoration effort. Finally, I know I sound like a broken record when I say this, but I want to remind you that we must continue to stay focused on safety. Nothing is more important -- regardless of the challenges we face. Stay safe and look out for each other.