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Have you ever witnessed a landscaper or tree trimmer performing a task in a dangerous and unsafe way? Perhaps you drove by a worker up in a tree trimming branches, but without a safety harness or other protective gear.
When homeowners and businesses have large trees growing near power or utility lines, this can pose a major threat to nearby people, buildings and other structures. For this reason local power companies, such as CenterPoint or Entergy, proactively trim back limbs and branches that might interfere or damage power lines.
The greater Houston area currently enjoys a robust and expanding economy, but competition for revenue is fierce among the various retail centers and shopping districts throughout the city. Retail shops, businesses and restaurants are all vying to bring in more foot traffic and customers, and increase their quarterly and annual revenues.
The city of Houston continues to surpass national economic trends, with new jobs, new companies and new construction coming to the city every month. The Memorial City area of Houston recently saw the completion of a new oil and gas office tower, and with it came a stunning landscape transformation. Murphy Exploration, a leading international oil and gas corporation, was in need of a beautiful, elegant landscape to surround their new office tower, so Embark Services was hired to complete this large-scale LEED project.
As the Houston real estate market continues to thrive, many people have taken advantage of the strong local economy by acquiring and fixing up rental properties as a way to earn additional income.
The Spring Branch district of Houston is one of the oldest and most beautiful communities in our city. In addition to mature trees, charming homes and family parks, Spring Branch has also been home to several older school campuses, many of which have recently undergone renovations or new campus construction to replace aging facilities.
As the long days of summer draw to a close, many businesses begin preparing well in advance for the festive and often busy holiday season.
The greater Houston area is home to a variety of neighborhoods and communities, ranging from preserved historic neighborhoods to master planned subdivisions. Large, mature trees that surround these neighborhoods have provided years of shade, beauty and value to the Houston area.