In the heart of Suffolk County, where nature plays an integral part in our daily lives, ensuring our trees are cared for with professionalism and precision is essential. This is where Green Light Tree Services steps in. Having served Sag Harbor, NY, for numerous years, we understand the importance of trees to our environment and the aesthetic appeal of our homes and businesses.
At Green Light Tree Services, we provide an array of tree services designed to meet the diverse needs of our community in Suffolk County. Whether you require tree pruning, removal, or general tree care, our team of experts is committed to delivering outstanding results every time. With our extensive experience and dedication to the highest service standards, you can trust us to handle your trees with utmost care.
Reach out to us at 631-923-3033 to discuss your tree service needs or to schedule a consultation.
Like any living organism, trees need attention, care, and, sometimes, intervention. In Sag Harbor, NY, Green Light Tree Services offers a comprehensive range of tree services tailored to ensure your trees’ health, safety, and beauty.
For detailed service inquiries or immediate assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us at 631-923-3033.
Why do residents and businesses in Suffolk County consistently choose Green Light Tree Services for their tree service needs? It’s our unwavering commitment to excellence, our deep understanding of local tree species, and our genuine care for the community’s natural environment.
Every tree tells a story, and it’s our mission to ensure that each story thrives in Sag Harbor, NY. Our team is continuously trained in the latest tree care techniques, ensuring that we deliver cutting-edge service every time.
Furthermore, at Green Light Tree Services, we prioritize safety – both for our team and your property. Our equipment is top-of-the-line, and we adhere to strict safety guidelines, ensuring that every job is executed with precision.
Join hands with Green Light Tree Services and be a part of our ever-growing family in Suffolk County. Together, we can ensure that the trees in Sag Harbor, NY continue to stand tall, healthy, and magnificent for generations to come.
Sag Harbor was settled by English colonists sometime between 1707 and 1730. Many likely migrated from New England by water, as did other settlers on eastern Long Island. The first bill of lading to use the name “Sag Harbor” was recorded in 1730.
While some accounts say the village was named for the neighboring settlement of Sagaponack, which at the time was called Sagg, historians say Sagaponack and Sag Harbor both were named after a tuber cultivated by the local Pequot people and used as a staple crop. In their Algonquian language, they called the vegetable sagabon. It was one of the first crops colonists sent to England. The tuber-producing vine is now known as the Apios americana.
During the American Revolutionary War, New York Patriots fled from the advancing British and Loyalist forces and departed from Sag Harbor by boat and ship for Connecticut. In 1777 American raiders under Return Jonathan Meigs attacked a British garrison at a fort on a hill in Sag Harbor, killing six and capturing 90 British soldiers in what was called Meigs Raid. The fort was dismantled after the war. The site has become known as the Old Burying Ground and is associated with the Old Whaler’s Church.Learn more about Sag Harbor.