A Better Pruning/Michael's Landscaping

117 NW 60th St
Seattle, WA 98107
(206) 782-2667
www.abetterpruning.com
Contact: Berry, Michael
Business Description: Practicing Arboriculture in North Seattle for 30 years. Owner operated. (206) 782-2667. For Fastest response times, please call or leave a phone number in your email to me. Licensed Horticulturalist on staff. Additional email - michael@abetterpruning.com. Award winning [2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013].
In Business Since: 1981
Service Area: Portions of King County. North Seattle, GreenLake, Ballard, Crown Hill, Queen Anne, Magnolia, Revena, Laural Hurst, Blue Ridge, Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Fremont, Wedgewood, Broodview, and Viewridge
On Angie's List Since: 5/8/2007
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Tue 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Wed 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Thu 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Fri 07.00 AM - 09.00 PM, Sat 09.00 AM - 07.00 PM, Sun 09.00 AM - 07.00 PM
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: 5%
Cities Served: Ballard | Broadview-haller Lake | Capitol Hill | Crown Hill | Eastlake | Elmhurst | First Hill | Greenwood | Lake City | Magnolia | Queen Anne | Ravenna-wedgewood | Shoreline | University
 
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