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Are you looking for a Tree Service in Dunedin fl ? If so, you have come to the right place. In addition, Happy’s Tree Service is a local company and Licensed and Insured in the city of Dunedin. We are here for all of your tree care needs including tree removal, tree trimming and stump removal as well as many other tree care needs located under our Services tab above. Furthermore, we are trained ISA Certified Arborist and can help you identify potential problems with your trees. For this reason, getting your trees looked at by an ISA Certified Arborist on a yearly basis can save you from storm damage in the future. Falling debris or large trees can cause injury to a person as well as damage to your home or investments.
Additionally, our staff members are professionals who have the training and experience to safely and effectively remove trees from your yard. We will also prune and maintain the trees that are too big for you to look after yourself.
WHY CHOOSE US?
- Reasonable rates
- Fully licensed and insured
- Highly rated by Google
- Over 28 years of experience
- Certified Arborist on staff
- Repeat and referral customers
- Fast response
- FREE ESTIMATES
- Won multiple awards on Angie’s List – A+ Rating
Contact us today for a FREE ESTIMATE with an ISA Certified Arborist.
“Happy’s Tree Service is located in Clearwater fl and provides service to all of Pinellas County since “1989” Our company offers many other services. These can be found by clicking on our HOME or SERVICE TABS above.
A Little History About Dunedin fl
Florida’s Gulf Coast might seem like a dubious place to discover Celtic history, but sandwiched between Clearwater and Palm Harbor is a city that boasts a proud Scottish heritage — and an admirable preservation ethic.Dunedin is one of the state’s oldest towns, tracing its history to 1852, when Richard L. Garrison recorded the first land deed. Its current moniker was bestowed in 1882 after two Scottish merchants — J.O. Douglas and James Somerville — petitioned to name the post office, and then the town itself, after the Gaelic interpretation of their hometown of Edinburgh.
Today the city boasts a charming downtown with local purveyors and a wide array of historical attractions that make it an easy day trip from Tampa Bay or a tranquil vacation spot on its own. Its historic roots, not just the Scottish traces but also its origins as a citrus-growing region and military equipment manufacturing area, can be enjoyed through number of cultural groups and events that take place during the year. (Author of this information here)