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Genesis Tree Service continues to expand it’s service area during the busy summer season by opening a new location in Woodbridge, Virginia.

July 31, 2014

Woodbridge, VA, USA – July 31st, 2014 /PressCable/ — Genesis Tree Service continues to expand it’s service area during the busy summer season by opening a new location in Woodbridge, Virginia.During the months of July and August, Virginia experiences dense tree and brush growth. This thick vegetation often leads to Woodbridge area residents needing professional arboreal services. Genesis Tree Service is a professional arborist company that provides tree trimming and tree removal services across the northern Virginia area and have now added a location in the heart of Woodbridge.Pedro Velasquez, the owner of Genesis Tree Service comments about this expansion, “Dispatch has received many requests for tree services in the Woodbridge area. At first, we declined, but after they started to come in more frequently, the company made a decision to open a new location and staff it with a local crew”.”The Woodbridge tree service crew is able to provide fast response times when a local resident or business owner calls to receive a free estimate”, says Velasquez. “Fast response times are especially important during and after severe weather events, when emergency tree removal may be needed.”Velasquez referred to the Derecho of 2012 that tore through the northern Virginia region, causing massive damage due to trees being blown over onto homes, buildings, cars, and into roadways and power lines.”They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, Velasquez continues, “and in the case of severe weather, such as thunderstorms in the summer and ice storms in the winter, a little preventive tree care can go a long way in protecting your home, property, and family from damage and even death.”Genesis Tree Service reminds area residents to keep their healthy tree trimmed and pruned properly to prevent dead limbs from become projectiles and also to have diseased, dying, and dead trees completely removed to avoid a blow over in high wind conditions.To learn more about the arborist tree services provided in Woodbridge, Virgina, call (571) 206-8900 or visit their website here: https://woodbridge.genesistreeservice.net or their Google Plus page here: https://plus.google.com/103940954932125773691/about

Contact Info:
Name: Pedro Velasquez
Email: woodbridge@genesistreeservice.net
Organization: Genesis Tree Service
Website: https://woodbridge.genesistreeservice.net
Phone: (571) 206-8900
Address: 3360 Post Office Rd #8133, Woodbridge, VA 22195

ReleaseID: 57258

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