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Just got a call less than 5mins ago.

Posted by thisisme az9b (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 21, 11 at 14:45

I got a call from Heather at Living Tree Service asking if I would like another load of mulch. She's so friendly and nice I hated to say no to her but I have all the mulch I can use after the load they dropped off last time.

If you live in the East Valley and want a big truck load of chipped wood and leaves do yourself a favor. THEY DELIVER FOR FREE. If you can use a BIG LOAD of mulch this can save you a LOAD OF MONEY so give her a call. They are more than happy to bring it to you. It will save them from having to take it to the dump.

Heather Stevens
Owner, Living Tree Service, Inc.
Certified Arborist #WE-8563A
email: heather@livingtreeservice.com
phone: (480) 218-0826
fax: (480) 830-0776


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RE: Just got a call less than 5mins ago.

too bad I'm not in Mesa!


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RE: Just got a call less than 5mins ago.

Wonder if you threw them some gas money if they would deliver to Laveen......I could take at least a whole load.


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RE: Just got a call less than 5mins ago.

marymcp they serve the whole East Valley and can deliver free chipped wood in a lot more cities than Mesa. Think more like Apache Junction to Phoenix. If they have a full truck and a job to do in your city I'm sure they would be happy to deliver anywhere in the East Valley. Their customers do come first though. It took two weeks before they had a load they could deliver to my house. They saved me hundreds of dollars and charged me nothing. Hope they can do the same for you.

amadioranch they don't sell mulch or deliver for a fee. But they will deliver for free if they have it and you are near where they are going or along the way.


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