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Looking for a Tree Service Company in Pinellas Park fl? In this case, you have come to the right place! Happy’s Tree Service is your Pinellas Park fl tree care experts. Furthermore, we have been in business since “1989” and our company services all of Pinellas County.
Maintaining your trees is a must in Florida, due to large storms and wind that can cause havoc on your trees. With this in mind, having them inspected by our ISA Certified Arborist will help keep them safe and looking beautiful.
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.
Little Bit Of Information On Pinellas Park fl.
The city was founded by Philadelphia publisher F. A. Davis, who purchased 12,800 acres (52 km2) of Hamilton Disston‘s land around 1911. Promotional brochures lured northerners, especially Pennsylvanians, to the town, noting the pleasant climate in the winter and the agreeable agricultural conditions. Additionally, the Florida Association, a corporation, set up model farms and offered a free lot in the city with the purchase of ten acres of nearby farm land. The primary crop promoted was sugar cane. By 1912, lots in the city were being sold separately. The City of Pinellas Park was formally incorporated on October 14, 1914.
Though not on the original Orange Line Railway, Pinellas Park did have a train depot, razed in 1970, on the line between Clearwater and St. Petersburg. The city lay on the vehicle road from St. Petersburg to Tampa. Growth was moderate until after World War II, when the city’s population more than tripled.