Trees are a significant part of West Hampton Dunes, NY’s landscape, providing beauty, and shade, and contributing to the local ecosystem. Ensuring they are in top shape requires a professional touch. At Green Light Tree Services, we offer premier tree trimming services designed to enhance the health and appearance of your trees. With years of expertise serving residents of Suffolk County, our team understands the unique challenges trees in this region face.
When you choose Green Light Tree Services, you’re not just hiring a tree trimming company. You’re partnering with a dedicated team of experts committed to delivering exceptional results. We’re proud to have served numerous clients in West Hampton Dunes, NY, all of whom can attest to our dedication to quality and customer satisfaction.
At Green Light Tree Services, we pride ourselves on offering a comprehensive range of tree services for our clients in Suffolk County. Beyond tree trimming, our team is skilled in tree removal, stump grinding, tree health assessments, and emergency tree services. No matter the size or complexity of the job, you can trust that our experienced professionals will handle it with care.
Our tree trimming service in West Hampton Dunes, NY is designed to cater to the specific needs of your trees. We consider factors like the tree’s age, type, and overall health to determine the best approach. Ensuring the safety and well-being of your property is our top priority. If you need clarification on what your trees might need, give us a call at 631-923-3033, and one of our experts will be happy to advise you.
For emergencies that can arise due to storms or unforeseen circumstances, Green Light Tree Services is always ready to assist. We offer prompt and reliable emergency tree services in Suffolk County. Reach out to us anytime at 631-923-3033.
Community and sustainability are at the heart of what we do at Green Light Tree Services. We’re more than just a tree trimming service. We’re an integral part of West Hampton Dunes, NY, and the broader Suffolk County community. Our team is passionate about the environment and trees’ role in our local ecosystem.
When we trim trees, it’s not just about aesthetics. It’s about promoting healthy growth, ensuring safety, and contributing to a more sustainable environment. Every decision we make, from the tools to the techniques we employ, has the larger community and the environment in mind.
We also believe in giving back. Over the years, Green Light Tree Services has been involved in numerous community initiatives in Suffolk County, from tree planting events to educational programs. It’s our way of ensuring that West Hampton Dunes, NY remains green and vibrant for generations to come.
Choosing Green Light Tree Services means investing in a company that cares deeply about its community and craft. Let us show you the difference quality and commitment can make. Join the myriad of satisfied customers who trust us for all their tree-related needs in West Hampton Dunes, NY.
West Hampton Dunes is located on a barrier island in the Town of Southampton. The barrier island was part of Fire Island until a nor’easter in 1931 split the island creating Moriches Inlet. The inlet created a geographic oddity whereby the town of Brookhaven actually has jurisdiction on land immediately west of West Hampton Dunes although Brookhaven land access to it involves a nearly 20-mile (32 km) drive through Southampton.
The village incorporated in 1993 in attempt to have more control over its precarious state since it was obliterated in the Great Hurricane of 1938, 1991 Halloween Nor’easter (“The Perfect Storm”) and again in a 1992 nor’easter. Specifically, the village wanted to have a say in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers handling of the barrier beach-particularly in response to a series of groynes at Shinnecock Inlet that have created major beach erosion “downstream” in the longshore drift. Almost immediately after incorporation, Gary Vegliante, the village’s first and to date only mayor, sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for $200 million. The Corps settled the suit and began replenishing the beach leading to a building boom on what had been a devastated empty section of beach.
The American Shore and Beach Preservation Association named West Hampton Dunes one of America’s top restored beaches. In 2007, resident Yale Nelson finished a documentary on the town history which premiered October 20, 2007, in Westhampton at the Hamptons Film Festival.Learn more about West Hampton Dunes.