Bizline: Complete tree and landscaping services
A: Jointly our companies provide a “one-stop shop” to professionally address all tree and landscaping needs from start to finish. Together the two companies offer comprehensive services including preventative spraying for mountain pine beetle and noxious weeds, tree removal, firewood, landscape installation and construction, landscape maintenance, landscape design, property management services, nurseries/garden centers, and a florist shop.
A: The ATS owners have lived in Summit County since 1976. In 2000 they saw that the community they cared about was in the grips of a mountain pine beetle epidemic. They wanted to be a positive force in dealing with the epidemic and saw an opportunity for a tree service business. ATS realized it is ideal to begin the reforestation process sooner rather than later so they sought out a partnership with Neils Lunceford. Neils Lunceford was perhaps the first full-service company to offer landscape services in this region and has been serving Summit County since the early 1980s. Neils Lunceford is the best at the redesign and reforestation aspect, while ATS specializes in preventive care and low impact tree removal.
A: The Alpine Tree Services owners have 10 years of forestry and preventive tree spraying experience. They have successfully completed all courses mandated by the State of Colorado to become Qualified Supervisors in Ornamental and Forestry Applications, and are licensed by the State of Colorado for Commercial Chemical Application.A bachelor’s of science in horticulture provided the educational background for Neils Lunceford’s work. Collectively, the owners possess almost 100 years of experience designing, constructing and maintaining landscapes. They have successfully completed over 8,500 jobs in a 30-year career in the High Country. Neils Lunceford is also a member of the Association of Landscape Contractors of Colorado and the Colorado Nurserymans Association.
A: Alpine Tree Services prides itself on providing professional, quality service above and beyond the competition. Tree services vary widely company to company. Others say they offer quality service, secure the appropriate insurance, are low impact and clean up the job site, but ATS is committed to actually doing it! Because of their experience and tenure at this altitude NL is uniquely qualified to provide these services and perform this type of work. They have a passion for pleasing their customers and do so by striving to: Do what we say we are going to do, when we say we are going to do it, at the price agreed. They are perennial winners of Best of the Summit and ALCC’s Awards of Excellence. Both companies focus on providing the highest of quality service and doing it right the first time.
A: Anyone who has a need for top quality preventative tree spraying, tree removal, landscape products and professional landscape services.
A: Summit County is at the heart of the mountain pine beetle epidemic, so it was a logical home base for Alpine Tree Services. Neils Lunceford saw a need to provide convenient services and products to more of their customers in the Upper Blue River Basin, whom they hope to serve by their new Farmer’s Korner location.
A: Alpine Tree Services and Neils Lunceford would like to be positive force in mitigating the effects of our pine beetle epidemic, and be a part of rebuilding the look of Summit County going forward. Neils Lunceford hopes to continue serving their existing customer base in Summit County with two garden centers and a great local staff. Both companies hope to expand their businesses to also serve surrounding area such as Garfield, Grand, Eagle and Pitkin counties.
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