Angel Oak Tree Care has been serving the needs of the Indianapolis area for many years. The heart of the company is Steve Courchaine, a certified arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture and a B.S. in Forestry.
Angel Oak has extensive expertise keeping your trees strong and healthy. We offer pruning, tree surgery, deep root fertilization, pest management, shaping, removal, cabling & bracing, and stump grinding.
Our sister company, Angel’s Touch Lawn Care, brings the Angel Oak’s attention to detail and professional experience to your lawn. In addition to fertilization and weed control; we offer grub control, disease treatment, aeration, and slice seeding.
|In 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 we won the Super Service Award. Check our company’s ratings.|
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April 5, 2012 Dear Angel Oak Client: This is just a quick note to tell you about the infestation of insects this year – for those of you who are not on a complete program. You may want to reconsider how many treatments you have for your trees. Across the state the mild winter and [...]
Arborist Forum By, Stephen A. Courchaine I ‘ve been in the tree care business for 33 years and thought that I had heard every request and question that could ever be asked regarding trees -that was until a telephone call I received this past October 15 from a client. My client requested an estimate to [...]
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 15, 2009 MEDIA CONTACT Paula Freund Public Information Officer Indy Parks & Recreation E-mail: email@example.com Office: 317-327-7035 Cell: 317-442-7578 ARBORISTS DONATE IN-KIND SERVICES FOR TREE CARE IN BROOKSIDE PARK INDIANAPOLIS – Mayor Greg Ballard highlighted the importance of strong community partnerships today during a tree maintenance blitz at Brookside [...]
The fall months are an excellent time to restore our landscapes. The following suggested services will improve the health, vigor, and overall appearance of your landscape. LAWN RENOVATION: SLICE SEEDING using improved cultivars of turf grass seed will fill in dead and bare areas of your lawn. This process actually incorporates seed in to the [...]
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This article originally appeared in Topics Newspaper July 20, 2006 This exotic beetle is not native to North America. It is believed to have arrived in the United States on solid wood packing material from its native Asia. The Emerald Ash Borer was first discovered in southeastern Michigan in 2002. Since its discovery, it has [...]