SavATree merges with Mountain High Tree, Lawn & Landscape

April 26, 2017 -  By

SavATree_logo_140SavATree is expanding west into Colorado. The national provider of tree, shrub and lawn care based in Bedford Hills, N.Y., merged with Lakewood, Colo.-based Mountain High Tree, Lawn & Landscape.

A family-owned company since 1974, Mountain High ranked No. 147 on the LM150 list of top revenue-generating firms with $10,437,213 in 2015 revenue. The full-service company is present in the Metro Denver and Colorado Springs areas.

“In addition to their outstanding reputation and expertise, what attracted me to SavATree was that we share many core values, in particular: honesty, integrity and treating people right,” said Ralph Bronk, founder of Mountain High. “This high degree of professionalism ensures that our clients will continue to receive the best personalized care.”

Mountain High’s two Colorado locations, in Lakewood and Colorado springs, will be maintained, according to SavATree. The company expects the transition to be seamless for customers.

SavATree ranked No. 16 on the LM150 list of top revenue-generating firms with $85,850,000 in 2015 revenue. The company has services areas in Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin.

“We are thrilled to partner with a company who, like us, is passionate about providing quality results that enhance landscapes in an environmentally sensitive manner and doing the very best for each and every customer,” said Daniel van Starrenburg, president and CEO of SavATree. “We have had a great deal of experience integrating strong, local brands and are confident that this will be a successful partnership that will nurture the growth of our team and our company.”

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Dillon Stewart graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, earning a Bachelor of Science in Online Journalism with specializations in business and political science. Stewart is a former associate editor of LM.

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