This tree service in Plano tx, understands how important it is to provide care for old growth as well as new. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about plants or people, it’s a fact that always holds true. If you don’t have old growth, then you lose out on that foundational strength in the ecosystem.
To that end, this holiday season we’re doing our part to help the community. If you’re a senior citizen living in Plano or the surrounding areas, give Tree Service Plano a call. We’re providing free firewood for the holiday season.
We provide tree service and other landscaping maintenance services for hundreds of properties. Throughout Plano Texas and the surrounding areas, we cut branches, pull up trees, and help install landscaping that will help maintain tree and lawn health for years to come.
While performing those tree services, we come across a lot of wood that’s fit to be used. Sometimes we have to pull a tree that finally grew large enough to cause damage to the plants around it. Other times we’ve had to dig up stumps and trees in order to clear a property for future landscaping projects.
Whatever the job, we always wind up with plenty of scrap wood. Since Plano and the greater Plano metro area has always supported us, we want to support the community. We understand that a business is only as strong as the community that supports it. From that perspective, it made perfect sense.
After all, what else could we do with the wood? We already sell it as firewood during the holiday season, there’s no reason we can’t do some community work, too! We’ve been working in this community for the past 15 years, so we know how important it is to have quality firewood for warmth during the colder seasons.
People often think that northwestern Texas is hot all the time, and that’s certainly true during the summer. But the holiday season can get cold, and Texan homes are rarely built to withstand the coldest winter nights. Space heaters can spark and cause house fires, not to mention the electricity cost in keeping them running.
So we’ve decided that the best way to help our community is to support the old growth. This winter, that means providing wood for those old brick fireplaces that haven’t seen use in years. We can’t clean them out, but we can help you heat them up.