Newark, Ohio (PRWEB) May 6, 2010
Basic Tree Care has announced expansion of its Central Ohio tree trimming, removal and maintenance service area, to include Franklin County, which is the greater Columbus, Ohio region.
Leah Myers, a managing member of the firm explained the reason for the extension of the service area: "We determined we are ideally situated to provide rapid storm damage service as well as on-time scheduled care, to our friends west of our base." Basic Tree Care dispatches tree service from its central Ohio office in Newark, Ohio, a short drive from Columbus.
She points out that while Columbus is the largest Franklin County city, by expanding her customer base, she is now also providing a full range of tree service to the communities of Dublin, Gahanna, Westerville, Reynoldsburg, Upper Arlington, Delaware and Clintonville.
"We care deeply about Central Ohio trees, and have been trusted to maintain the greenery at hundreds of homes and commercial properties. The strong response to our tree care encouraged us to 'go west' and continue to grow our family owned-and-operated business," she said.
Best Tree Care will offer new customers in Franklin County a "ten dollar estimate". If a customer accepts the estimate, the ten dollars will be deducted from the final bill. "It's a get-to-know-us offer that celebrates our new service area. We can do it because we bring proven expertise to the estimate and tree care plan," said Myers. "We consistently experience how this honest introduction leads to new home and business customers that we are proud to serve."
As an underpinning to the company's expanded service map, Basic Tree Care initiated a total redesign of its website, adding comprehensive information on the services offered and details of the positive impact of regular tree service.
"We know that following storms in particular, folks do a web search to quickly find the tree service they need. All of the information on our online pages is aimed at giving customers the facts they need at a mouse click," Myers added. "The sooner they find us, the sooner we are caring for their Franklin County trees."
For media information, contact Leah Myers at 740-349-5796.