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What You'll Get
Trees that aren’t pruned regularly grow wild, offering safe havens for pests and runaway houses on the lam. Domesticate feral flora with today’s Groupon: for $225, you get $500 worth of landscaping or lawn-care services—about two hours with a four-person crew—from Michael’s Arbor Care.
With more than 20 years of experience manicuring unruly lawns, Michael’s Arbor Care’s exterior designers lavish attention on landscaping and trees with a full range of services. After a complimentary consultation and estimate, backyard beautifiers get to work clearing away dead trees, cutting unruly limbs down to size, or removing stumps left behind by lazy woodchucks. Homeowners free from arboreal anxieties can employ the turf team for underbrush removal, lot clearing, acreage pruning, sodding, or ousting weeds and mutinous garden gnomes from overgrown flower beds. Michael’s ecologically conscientious climbers use a Japanese Silky saw whenever possible, to prevent tree scarring and the spread of arbor diseases.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. New clients only. May redeem across visits. Valid for services only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Michael’s Arbor Care
Packing their doctor's bags with tree pruners, chainsaws, and 2-ton stethoscopes, the expert landscapers at Michael's Arbor Care voyage from home to home to tend to sickly trees, plant saplings, and shape healthy, long-lasting lawns. Services range from pruning branches and diagnosing diseases to removing overgrown trees reaching into the windows to reclaim their walnuts. A 60-horsepower diesel-fueled stump grinder reaches 12 inches below ground to chip away at tree remains, and a battery of lot-clearing equipment has helped restore such acreages as the entire Louisiana State University campus. After each service, technicians clean up the area and haul debris to local recycling centers to feed hungry beavers in need of marshmallow-roasting sticks.