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Your St. Petersburg – St. Pete fl Tree Service in Pinellas County
Happy’s Tree Service is your St. Petersburg fl tree service. In fact, we have been in St. Pete maintaining trees since “1989” Our company services all of Pinellas County for your connivence. With an ISA Certified Arborist as owner/ operator, we are highly skilled professionals. Equally, we are experts at tree removal, pruning, and stump grinding. Above all, tree care is our passion and it shows in our work. Our company uses state of the art equipment when performing tree work on your property. In short, Happy’s Tree Service can handle the job, from crane work, bucket trucks, grapple loaders and stump grinders.
Moreover, inspecting your trees yearly will keep your trees safe and healthy. Our company will inspect your trees, for example, deadwood, declining or low hanging branches, ect. will be pointed out.
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 St. Petersburg fl
St. Petersburg still retains much of the resort-town flavor its founders so cherished, a community of pelicans, porpoises, endless sunshine and sailboats.
In 1875, General John Williams came down from Detroit and bought 2,500 acres of land on Tampa Bay. He envisioned a grand city with graceful parks and broad streets, the trademark of today’s St. Petersburg. The city’s first hotel was named after his birthplace, Detroit.
Thirteen years later, Peter Demens, a noble Russian aristocrat, brought the Orange Belt Railway to St. Petersburg. On June 8, 1888, the first train arrived, carrying empty freight cars and one passenger, a shoe salesman from Savannah. Built one rail at a time, with unpaid laborers and creditors threatening to lynch Demens all the way, the railroad finally chugged to St. Petersburg. Demens named the city after his birthplace, St. Petersburg, Russia. St. Petersburg incorporated as a city in June 1903.
The New Millennium
Since the new millennium, St. Petersburg has emerged as a top destination for the arts – with the dynamic new Dali Museum opening in 2011, the Dale Chihuly world renowned glass collection, and six art districts.
The city’s notable inverted pyramid Pier, which saw its last complete renovation in 1989 and thrived more than 24 more years before the badly deteriorating facility was closed in 2013 and demolished starting in 2015. The city is amid a public process to replace the historic, iconic waterfront landmark.
As St. Petersburg enters its second golden age, and steps boldly into the 21st century, the downtown core continues its revitalization with projects that include retail shops, restaurants, and movie theaters. More than 900 events bring over 10 million people each year to the sunshine city to experience yacht races, triathlons, baseball, basketball, cycling, festivals, cultural exhibits, and music. The city easily attracts tourists with its cultural district that includes seven museums in the downtown district. A state university, 10 marine institutes and more than two dozen galleries, and the All Children’s Research Center attest to the city’s commitment to education and health care. Historic neighborhoods continue to be restored. Here, young and old, tradition and innovation come together to create a vibrant sense of community.