ENTRY LEVEL/LIMITED EXPERIENCE:
Plant Health Care Assistant Tree Climber Trainees Field/Ground Crew
Bucket Truck Operator with CDL Climbing, Arborists/Tree Climbers, Licensed Plant Health Care Technicians, Licensed Pesticide Applicators, Field/Ground Crew Members, Certified Arborist/Sales Representatives
General Requirements for all Applicants;
• A Minimum of 2 yrs. experience working as a Tree or Landscape professional
• Valid driver's license with a clean driver's record and a current/or willing to update DOT Medical Certificate (CDL is a plus)
• Experience driving and operating Forestry Trucks and Chippers (Bucket experience a plus)
• Willing to work in all weather conditions,
• Dependable, Trustworthy, Punctual and a Team Player
• Background check and pre-employment drug test required
Requirements for Experienced Plant Health Care Technician & Licensed Applicators;
• A Minimum of 2 yrs. field experience in the position that you are applying for
• Experience driving and operating Plant Health Care / Spray Rigs
• Extensive knowledge of Tree, Shrub, Insect & Disease identification as well as various methods of treatments/controls
• Current MA Pesticide Core Applicator License (Cat. 36 & 37 a plus)
• Experience driving and operating Truck & Tank spray systems
Requirements for Experienced Arborists/Sales Representative;
• A Minimum of 5yrs field experience in Sales, Certified Arborist preferred, with extensive knowledge of Tree, Shrub, Insect & Disease identification as well as the various methods of treatments/controls
• Extensive Knowledge of ANSI Standards and clear understanding of ANSI A300 Tree Care Standard Definitions
• Self-Motivated Go-Getter, Organized, able to manage time and able to multi-task
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• EHAP certified and CDL Driver’s License or the ability to obtain both within 3-6 months of employment.
• Experience managing Multiple Projects and Multiple Crews
• Proficient with computer & software programs including Word, Excel, Outlook & QuickBooks.
Requirements for Experienced Climbing Arborists/Tree Climbers & Field/Ground Crew Members.
• A Minimum of 5 yrs. field experience for Climbers or A Minimum of 2 yrs. field experience for Crew Members
• Must have experience and skills in; Tree Removal, Pruning, Cabling, and Planting
• Climbers Must have experience operating a Bucket truck, Stump Grinder and other industry equipment
• Crew Members Must have experience and know how to Drag brush, Run ropes, Operate machinery; Chipper, Chain saw, and other industry equipment.
• Must have a clear understanding of the ANSI A300 Tree Care Standard Definitions and be committed to safe work practices
• EHAP certified and CDL Driver’s License or the ability to obtain both within 3-6 months of employment.
Offering Competitive Wages & Benefits: Vacation time, Holiday pay, Personal time, Health, Dental, Disability Insurance, etc.
Apply by sending your resume or a detailed list of your skills and work history to Info@LupienTree.com
Who is LUPIEN TREE & LANDSCAPE?
Lupien Tree & Landscape was founded over 98 years ago by Waldo E. Lupien. As one of Massachusetts oldest and reputable family owned and operated tree and landscape firms, we have a long history of excellence in the field. Waldo was one of the founders & charter members of the Massachusetts Arborist Association (MAA).
Lupien Tree & Landscape has continued as a family business through Waldo’s son Herb and his wife Maureen, both whom are Massachusetts Certified Arborists. Herb and Maureen have 2 children, out of 4 children,
that are involved in the business. Lynn is employed as the Office Manager and has been working with the company since 1988. Jason graduated from the UMass Stockbridge School of Arboriculture and is currently working in the
field as a Skilled Climber and a company Sales Representative. It is the desire of the Lupien Family to exemplify professionalism from all aspects of the company. From Management, to Administrative, to Sales, to Field
Personnel, we strive to create a team of people that work together to maintain exemplary professionalism and excellence in arboriculture.
Lupien Tree & Landscape remains active Members of the MAA, TCIA, NFIB and Angie’s List and proudly support many local Organizations & Schools, including: Newton Police Memorial, Newton Firefighters Association,
Newton North & Newton South High Schools, The Catholic Year Book and The Jewish Theatre of New England.
Lupien Tree & Landscape is Fully Licensed, Bonded and Insured with Massachusetts Licensed Pesticide Applicators, Massachusetts Certified Arborists (MCA), Highly Skilled Climbers and Ground Personnel and A
Professional Office Staff and Sales Team.
Lupien Tree & Landscape is based in Newton Massachusetts, 8 miles West of Boston this suburban community, abound with historic homes, parks, business districts and open spaces. We are conveniently located near major routes (Mass Pike, Rt128 & Rt9), within walking distance from the Elliot Station stop on the MBTA Green Line and MBTA Bus routes.
Lupien Tree & Landscape is always welcoming new members to our team! Providing employment opportunities to Qualified Skilled Climbers and Ground Personnel, MA Licensed Pesticide Applicators, MA Certified Arborists (MCA), Licensed International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and Experienced Sales Personal as well as offer positions to eligible Tree Climber Trainees, and Entry Level Ground personal. It is the Company’s policy to afford equal opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, creed, sex, or national origin.
Lupien Tree & Landscape seeks employees who are dedicated to their profession, continually striving to improve themselves, and take pride in their work and responsibilities. We seek employees who can complete their assignments as safely and efficiently as possible without compromising our reputation for quality.
Lupien Tree & Landscape is a service business that depends on satisfied clients. Without them YOU are not needed. Our customers and their property will be treated with respect and courtesy at all times.
Phone: 617-965-8820 Fax: 617-630-5273 E-Mail: Info@LupienTree.com
SOME COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
WHAT ARE THE COMPANY HOURS OF OPERATION? Our crews operate Year-Round. The normal workweek is comprised of five (5) workdays (Monday – Friday), each day beginning at 7:00 a.m. and ending at 3:30 p.m. with a ½ hour lunch break. 7:01 a.m. is considered “Tardy”. Swipe out, prior to 3:30 p.m., is considered “Leave Early”. If you know in advance that you will be Tardy or Leaving Early the Tardy & Leave Early forms are in the green Employee trailer, near the employee mailboxes. There is often regular opportunity for Over-time hours, especially during the busiest times of year. Saturday work is often offered when hours have been missed, due to inclement weather, or when emergency conditions are present, or time sensitive work must be completed, at which time personnel may be optional or required to work.
WHAT TIME MUST I ARRIVE EACH MORNING? All field employees start at 7:00 a.m.! If you swipe your ID badge earlier than 7:00 a.m., your time will be recorded as beginning at 7:00 a.m. If you arrive after 7:00 a.m., you are paid from the time that you swipe your ID badge and are considered “Tardy”. Employees are expected to show up on time and ready to receive their assignment from the office.
WHERE IS THE TIME CLOCK? The time clock is in the green employee trailer, immediately to the left, as you walk into the trailer. This electronic time clock uses ID badges that employees will swipe through the unit (like swiping a credit card). All employees are required to swipe their own badge at the time clock. If your badge is not in a slot, next to the clock, ask someone in the office immediately. Be sure to swipe your badge in and out so you will be credited for your hours worked. If, for some reason, you fail to swipe your badge in or out, you must contact someone in the office immediately. Anyone failing to use the time clock may not be paid for time worked. Employee ID Badges are to always remain on the rack. There is a replacement fee of $5.00 for a lost badge.
WHERE DO I PARK MY CAR? Vehicles are to be parked in the yard near the back gate or other designated areas. Do not park on the street, unless you absolutely must. Occasionally vehicles may have to be moved around the
yard. Each morning, your keys should be left in your designated mail box, inside the trailer. IMPORTANT: All vehicles must come to a complete stop (before the sidewalk) when leaving and entering the yard. There is an elementary school bus stop, located just beyond the yard gate, where children are crossing the driveway. ALWAYS be aware of your surroundings and proceed with caution. The yard speed limit is 5 mph.
WHAT IF I AM SICK? If an employee is ill, and cannot come to work, they must notify the office by 6:30AM (so crews can be reassigned and start work on time) by calling 617-965-8820 and leaving a message on the Voice Mail, including your name, time of call, reason for absence and a number where you can be reached. If you are ill and unable to report to work the next day, or consecutive days, you must call the office daily. If an employee is unable to report to work for 5 consecutive days or more, due to an illness, they must submit a note from their physician including the dates that they were unable to work and a statement that the employee is now capable of performing strenuous work activities and may resume all regular work requirements as of the date they will be returning. For Liability and Safety reasons, an employee will not be allowed back to work until the office receives the written note from the employee’s physician. Employees are asked to recognize the need for this communication and the difficulty It can create when an employee is absent. Frequent Absenteeism, without good reason, WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. An employee must call the office when they will be absent. Anyone who fails to notify the office (No Call/No Show) is subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.
WHAT IF I MAY BE LATE? Employees must call 617-965-8820, once they realize they may be late, to report their status and anticipated arrival time. When an employee calls to report that they will be late, it must be realized that there is no guarantee that they will be assigned to a work crew. Then employee is required to check with the office, or assigned crew leader, as soon as they are available for work. If they are assigned to a job site, they will be given the address and will be expected to report to that location in a timely manner. Employees are asked to recognize the need for this communication and must realize the difficulty it creates when an employee is late. Frequent Tardiness, without good reason, WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. An employee must call the office when they realize they will be late. Anyone who fails to notify the office (No Call/No Show) is subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.
DO I HAVE TO TAKE A LUNCH EACH DAY? Yes, State law requires that the Company provide (paid or unpaid) a ½ hour break to all employees working over six (6) hours in a work day, unless authorized by management. An unpaid ½ hour lunch break is deducted from your daily time. If you have been authorized to take “No Lunch”, you must submit a “No Lunch” form, in the green employee trailer, located near the employee mailboxes. Personnel
will bring their lunch; beverages and other needed items to work with them at 7:00 a.m. for the entire day so that no company vehicles will be used to go from breaks, lunch or other places unless approved, in advance, by management. -NO LUNCH RUNS
WHAT UNIFORM IS REQUIRED? Certain work clothes (T-Shirts, Baseball cap, Sweatshirt, Raingear etc.) as well as safety gear (Hard Hat, Protective eye wear, ear protection, chaps, etc.) will be issued, by the company, and are required to be worn. Clean and neat work clothes, appropriate for the weather and season, as well as appropriate work gloves and solid traction work boots are required. For your own safety, A shirt MUST be worn at all times and NO Baggy Clothing, Hanging Chains, Necklaces, Bracelets or Piercing Jewelry should be worn during the working hours. Your appearance and safety reflect on the well-being of the company and those that you are working with.
WILL I BE ISSUED EQUIPMENT? Field personnel will be issued equipment such as Hard Hat, Protective eyewear, Ear protection, Climbing gear, Hand snips, Chaps, etc. All your assigned gear and equipment is your responsibility, to take care of and replace if lost, borrowed or stolen! Employees are expected to use the approved gear that was issued to them. For safety reasons: If an employee chooses to use their own personal equipment, it must be approved by the owner of the company, Herb Lupien, prior to use. Your Actions and Safety Awareness are crucial for your own well-being as well as the well-being of the company and the other employees.
WHERE DO I STORE MY EQUIPMENT? A locker and key will be assigned to you. All equipment issued by the company must remain onsite and stored in your locker when not in use. Equipment should be returned to your locker, at the end of each day, and locked for the evening. All your assigned gear and equipment is your responsibility, to take care of and replace if lost, borrowed or stolen!
WHAT ABOUT COMPANY VEHICLES? Company vehicles and equipment cannot be started before 7:00AM. When leaving the yard go down Pettee Street NOT Thurston Road. No company vehicle shall be used for personal errands, breaks, lunch or any location, other than the job site(s) unless prior approval is received by management. Follow the law - particularly regarding wearing your seatbelt - it simply saves lives. Always drive at a safe and prudent speed. Obey speed limits and Decrease speed accordingly in unfavorable conditions, so that you can stop in the assured, clear distance ahead. DO NOT view, reach for, hold or operate your cell phone while driving.
IMPORTANT: The way you conduct yourself reflects on yourself as well as the Company’s reputation. Be courteous, Always obey the speed limit and driving rules and DO NOT allow yourself, or anyone else in the vehicle, to act in a manner that is inconsistent with the image that we, as a company, wish to maintain. REMINDER: All vehicles must come to a complete stop (before the sidewalk) when leaving and entering the yard. There is an elementary school bus stop, located just beyond the yard gate, where children are crossing the driveway. ALWAYS be aware of your surroundings and proceed with caution. The yard speed limit is 5 mph.
DO YOU OFFER DIRECT DEPOSIT? Yes, we encourage you to take advantage of it! You will receive a form in your hire packet.
WHEN IS PAY DAY? The pay period starts on Sunday and ends on Saturday. All employees are encouraged to enroll in direct deposit. Pay checks and direct deposit receipts are available in the office on the Thursday afternoon, following the end of the previous week.
ARE THERE EMPLOYEE REVIEWS? New Employees will have a 30-day trial period and will be evaluated at various times throughout the first year. It is at the discretion of the management to make a rate change at any time during the year. Annual reviews will take place each year for all employees. Rate changes may or may not take place during an annual review.
WHAT DO I DO IF I HAVE AN ACCIDENT? Relax, accidents don’t happen often, but when they do, it is imperative that you follow the procedures and complete all the necessary paperwork the same day. The office is required to contact the Insurance companies as soon as it happens, with all the details! In the event of an accident, of any kind (personal, vehicle or property), the employee is required to notify their crew leader immediately. After seeking the immediate action necessary, the Management/Office must then be promptly informed by using the company phone. Once the employee and the crew leader have returned to the office a written report must be filed. The Crew Leader should have all the forms available onsite, in their silver portable desk. Additional forms are available in the trailer, near the employee mailboxes. If you are unable to locate a form, please ask the office staff immediately. The Crew Leader and any individual(s) causing, involved in or witnessing the accident must complete the proper accident report forms prior to the end of the day. Failure to report an accident may result is loss of benefits or termination.
DO YOU OFFER ANY TRAINNING OR CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES? Yes, Employees are encouraged to attend local Dinner Meetings and Seminars offered by MAA, TCIA, UMass etc. Employees are paid for their time, and the cost of the program, if the company approves attendance for training during work hours. If a Dinner Meeting or Seminar is approved for after work hours the company will pay for the cost of the program only. All employees, with a Pesticide License or Industry Certification(s), are strongly encouraged to attend local Dinner Meetings and seminars that offer renewal /certification credits. Employees are required, and paid, to attend the in-house Monthly Safety/Training Meetings (the 1st Wednesday of every month generally 3:30-4:30pm). Employees are also encouraged to become Certified and Licensed in areas that relate to working in the field of Arboriculture. Approved Testing/Certification, and the time used to take the them, is paid in full if the employee passes the test and remains a full-time employee for the next 52 weeks following the exam date.
DO YOU OFFER ANY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS? Yes, all employees can earn paid time off by the number or hours that they work. We realize that individuals that work hard, and are willing to learn, become very valuable Employees. Because of this, we offer competitive wages and room for advancement. How far you go and how much you earn is entirely dependent on what you are willing to put in to it! After 60 days of continuous employment an employee will be eligible to be Paid for Company Closed Holidays (a minimum of 7 days per year), After 6 months of continuous employment an employee will be eligible to start earning Paid Personal Time and Paid Vacation Time. Employees are given the opportunity to enroll in our Health Insurance Program (currently with Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare) and Dental
Plan (currently DMS Dental) as well as various policies offered through Aflac, including Life, Disability, Cancer, Vision, and Accident Insurance. Paid DOT Physicals and one day off, every 2 years are paid for by the company, to receive your DOT physical.
2018 Paid Holidays;
May 28th Mon., Memorial Day
July 4th, Wed., Independence Day
September 3rd, Mon., Labor Day
November 11th Wed., Veterans Day
Nov 22nd, Thur., Thanksgiving Day
Nov 23rd Fri., The Day After Thanksgiving Day
December 25th Fri., Christmas Day
2019 January 1st Fri., New Year’s Day
Phone: 617-965-8820 Fax: 617-630-5273 E-Mail: Info@LupienTree.com Web: www.LupienTree.com
The Services that we provide:
Lupien Tree & Landscape has been part of the Arboriculture Industry, providing Quality Service, Competitive Pricing and Customer Satisfaction for almost a century. We know how valuable your time is, therefore every Plant Health Care Program (PHCP) includes all aspects of tree and shrub care that is tailored to each individual property. Our priority is to provide you with year-round, stress-free, reliable care for you and the needs of your landscape. Tree & Shrub Services: Performed by skilled personnel, including MA Certified Arborists (MCA), using specialized equipment, tools & materials. Removal of Trees & Shrubs, of any size, will be performed using specialized equipment, operated by certified professionals.
Removal of dead, declining, invasive or undesirable Trees & Shrubs are part of maintaining a safe and attractive property.
Pruning can help prevent property damage, injury from falling tree limbs and improve the overall health. Trees & Shrubs, for ornamental or privacy purposes, should be maintained to improve plant health & the appearance of your property.
Support Cables are used to stabilize and/or support weak or heavy areas, reinforce the structural integrity and reduce the opportunity for deficiency. Support systems cannot eliminate all risk, but after being properly installed they can significantly reduce the risk of failure.
Liquid Fertilizing & Organic Soil Amendments are important parts of keeping your plants healthy. This service is designed to benefit the plants by increasing plant respiration, photosynthesis, promote cell division and lateral bud development as well as delay the aging process of plant tissue.
Stump Grinding of tree/shrub stumps, to below grade, will allow for planting of grass, flowers or small plants in the area.
Planting of Shade and Ornamental trees, as well as Shrubs and Perennials, are great ways help the environment while increasing your property value.
Insect & Disease Control: Applied by MA Licensed Technicians during specific time periods, using registered environmentally friendly materials that are intended for control of specific conditions. The timing of each application depends on weather and environmental conditions and are based on growing degree days (for optimal control) as recommended by the U-Mass Extension Service. After each application, unless otherwise established, a door tag is left at the door indicating the date, time, service, notes or instructions considered necessary and the name of the technician. A tree label is attached onsite, in a location visible when approaching the property, when possible.
Early Ornamental Application to the early foliage of the Ornamental Fruit & Flowering trees to control the early feeders. 1-2 applications
Winter Moth Caterpillar Control Application to the susceptible Shade and Ornamental trees in the Early to mid-Spring, 2 applications
Horticultural Oil Applications to control Scale, Adelgid, Lacebug and other insects, using a highly refined petroleum, water soluble Horticultural Oil. Spring Oil / Hemlock Oil / Dormant Oil; to most Evergreens and Flowering Trees & Shrubs to limit the hatching of the overwintered insects;
Fall Oil / Fall Hemlock Oil to the Hemlocks for control of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid.
Pest Management and IPM (Integrated Pest Management) Visits occur during the Early-Spring through the Late-Summer, to manage conditions within the landscape as needed upon arrival, using environmentally sustainable practices.
Early Season Pest Management Application to plants as needed, mid-April thru mid-June, to target and control specific Insect problems; Hemlock Eriophyid Mite, Mealybug, Lacebug, Cottony Taxus Scale, Boxwood Psyllid & Mites, Spider Mites etc. as needed at the time of the visit.
Mid-Season Pest Management Application to trees and/or shrubs as needed, mid-May thru early July, target and control specific Insect problems; Birch Leafminer, Boxwood Mite, Honeylocust Mite, Lacebug, Cottony Taxus Scale and other insects, as needed at the time of the visit.
Late Season Pest Management Application to trees and/or shrubs as needed, mid-May thru early July, target and control specific Insect problems; Honeylocust Mite, Spider Mite and other insects, as needed at the time of the visit
Fungicide Application for control of fungus disease: 3-5 applications, Early Spring - Early Summer. Conditions may alter the number of required appls.
Black Vine Weevil Application to Rhododendrons & Yews. A minimum of 3 applications are recommended, May-Aug.
Systemic Bark/Trunk Application for Hemlock Adelgid & Scale provides season long control for Hemlock Woolly Adelgid and Elongate Scale and can last up to 12-months. 1 application, in the Spring or Fall.
Systemic Bark/Trunk Application for Beech Canker prevention and control. Beech Canker often begins in the roots and moves upward into the trunk. Wounding of the bark creates avenues for infection. Prevention of the disease is the surest control. 2 applications - Spring & Fall.
Systemic Soil Application - Growth Regulator to gently and predictably slow vegetative growth, for up to 3yrs, by inhibiting gibberellin biosynthesis. Some other beneficial growth effects have been: increased root density, improved drought and heat resistance, and higher tolerance to insects and diseases and may also increase the longevity of trees growing in stressful environments. April – Nov., every 3 yrs., or when growth resumes.
Systemic Soil Application for Emerald Ash Borer is installed into the soil of specific plants to provide season-long control for Emerald Ash borer and can last up to 12-months. 1 application, in the Spring or Fall.
Euonymus Application for control of scale: 1 application, June – July, but additional applications may be necessary, depending on the infestation.
Holly Application for control of Holly Leafminer. 1 application, May – July, but additional applications may be necessary, depending on the infestation.
Miticide Application to specified evergreens for control of Red Spider/Spider Mite. 1-3 applications, July-August.
Anti-Desiccant Application to Newly Planted &/or broadleaf evergreens, to aid in winter moisture retention, in Dec-Jan.
Annual Call Before Service includes a phone call, to the property owner, the day before the crew is scheduled to arrive. An “Annual Call Before Service” Fee of $15.00 will be applied to accounts requiring phone notification prior to each visit.
Neighbor’s Authorization is required from the abutting property owner(s) if access to their property is necessary. Any portion of your plants overhanging an abutter’s property will not be treated without advance written authorization from the property owner(s), on an annual basis. It is the responsibility of our client to inform Lupien Tree & Landscape, in writing, if the ownership of the involved abutter(s) has changed and to obtain written authorization from the new abutting homeowner(s). Landscape Services: include treatments for the control of lawn and nuisance insects and aid in the elimination of undesirable weeds and plants.
Core Aeration of lawn areas to increase water, air & nutrient movement throughout the soil, promote root & shoot growth and reduce thatch.
Tick Control is applied to the property as needed for optimal control. Areas may include the lawn, shrub beds and/or any wooded edges around the home, twice per year (Mid May - Early June & Sept.), using an insecticide designed for control of ticks.
Mosquito Control is applied to the property as needed for optimal control. Areas may include the lawn, shrub beds and/or any wooded edges around the home. Each program is tailored to meet the needs of our clients and are applied between mid-May through late September.
Yard/Party Spray is applied to the property, 4-48 hours prior to a scheduled function, for optimal control of nuisance insects. Areas may include the lawn, shrub beds and/or any wooded edges around the home, applied anytime between mid-May through late September.
Poison Ivy/Oak Control to plants, in a targeted area, to assist in the elimination of vegetation and continued growth
Herbicide Application to Weeds and/or other Undesirable Growth, in a designated area, to assist in the elimination of specific vegetation.
Lawn Fertilizer Plus, Five-Step Program: Five Fertilizer, plus One Lime* Available In: Newton, Needham, Brookline, Wellesley
To receive the benefits of this service, it is important that you maintain regular watering and proper mowing practices throughout the program!
All applications are administered to the lawn areas on the property as well as the sidewalk berm, unless otherwise noted on the service contract.
For additional information please refer to the Contract Terms &Conditions and the Outline of Services. Available In: Newton, Needham, Brookline, Wellesley
1. Fertilizer for Spring Green-up with Pre-Emergent Crabgrass Control
2. Fertilizer for Root Development and to stimulate and maintain growth.
3. Fertilizer to promote vigorous growth with environmentally conscientious,
season-long Grub Control
4. Fertilizer to stimulate and maintain growth.
5. Fertilizer for Root Development & Early Spring Green-up
Broadleaf Weed Control is applied directly to the weeds present during a regular visit, there is a charge for additional visits/applications.
*One Application of Lime is applied during the season, at the proper time, as environmental conditions indicate
Other Applications, as conditions warrant, at an additional cost:
~ Fungus Control for lawn diseases: 3-5 applications, Early Spring-Early Summer. Conditions alter the number of required appls
~ Insect Control: applied only when necessary. Conditions alter the number of required appls
~ Over-seeding of Lawn Areas: using an appropriate seed choice, based on the amount of Shade and Sunlight the area receives.
After each application, unless otherwise established, a notice of application is left at the door indicating the date, time, service provided, notes or instructions considered necessary and the name and license number of the certified applicator. A Lawn Sign is left onsite, in a location visible when approaching the property. Safety and the environment, as always, are our first concern. Please follow all instructions provided by your technician. Please Note: Often, after the 1st lawn application, during very hot conditions or if any rough raking or digging has taken place in or around the lawn areas it is not unlikely that crabgrass will emerge during the season, especially around paved walkways and driveways. Post Emergent crabgrass control is offered at an additional charge. Please contact us if you have any questions, problems, or concerns. We cannot help unless you ask!
Remember…A beautiful property is a cooperative effort between you and our professionals. We rely on you to report problems or unusual conditions as they may occur. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Our Priority is to provide you with the finest service possible with the highest regards to Quality, Safety and Client Satisfaction. We look forward to working with you this season and for many years to follow.
NOTE: To keep our prices competitive, by avoiding added travel costs, Insect & Disease Control and Landscape Services may not be available in all areas of service.
Phone: 617-965-8820 Fax: 617-630-5273 E-Mail: Info@LupienTree.com Web: www.LupienTree.com