By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: July 2015
The family owned and operated S&W Tree Specialists family includes (L to R): Dale Hughes, Leilani Hughes, Kaila Hughes, Noel Hughes, Bryan Merseburgh, Robby Mizumura and Anna Moore.
Known throughout northeastern Oklahoma, family owned and operated S&W Tree Specialists is based in the metro Tulsa area and provides services including tree care, plant healthcare, tree pruning, and emergency storm services to businesses and homeowners. Primary owners include Dale Hughes, operation supervisor; Leilani Hughes, office manager; Bryan Merseburgh, sales and plant health care supervisor; and Robby Mizumura, tree crews and plant health care supervisor.
“We are your tree and plant experts,” Bryan Merseburgh confidently proclaims. He doesn’t just say it because he’s expected to, but because he believes it and is confident that S&W Tree Specialists has the finest employees and provides the highest quality services in their field of expertise. “All company employees are subjected to random drug screening,” Leilani adds, “and our employees have nearly 65 years of collective experience in the tree and lawn care industry.” A certified and trained arborist and tree care safety professional is always available to answer questions you might have about your trees, plants or yard. Estimates are always free with no obligation.
“Now is a great time to get trees checked to make sure they’re in good health for another Oklahoma summer,” said Dale. “And after all the recent rains we’ve experienced,” added Bryan, “your soil is going to dry out and crack faster than normal. You’ll need to keep the soil moist to about an inch below the ground’s surface to be safe.”
When you contact S&W for information or to employ their services, be sure to ask about their Tree Shield program. “Customers are our top priority,” said Leilani. With Oklahoma’s unpredictable weather patterns, S&W offers Tree Shield for a fixed monthly rate. The package is great for large properties like apartment complexes, industrial and commercial lots and homeowners who own large properties. The Tree Shield program enables participants to “lock in” to ensure that they receive a bargain rate plus priority service when storms hit. They will be on S&W’s Priority List that ensures expedited service after a storm or emergency. Call the office for complete details or ask about Tree Shield when you meet with a company representative to receive your free estimate for provided services.
“S&W Tree Specialists is fully insured and fully covered, including workers compensation. And customers are covered as well,” said Leilani. “All employees are screened prior to hiring and all are direct employees of S&W. We don’t contract our labor.” Don’t be held liable for an accident that could occur on the job at your home or business. Check out S&W Tree Specialists with the Better Business Bureau and then give them a call for your tree, turf and lawn issues.
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Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.
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