out on a limb tree care LLC

114 perry ave
staten island, new york 10314

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
AUGUST 19, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4623872

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RICHMOND

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

Name History
2014 - OUT ON A LIMB TREE CARE LLC









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  • Oak tree limb snaps, injures three at Menlo Park picnic
    By Lizzie Johnson - Sunday Aug 6, 2017

    Minutes before a massive limb snapped off a heritage oak tree on Menlo College’s campus Saturday, dozens of adults and children sat under its shade. The afternoon was bright and breezy, and tables filled with food and an inflated bounce house were set up on the college’s quad. Miraculously, fire department officials said, only two adults and a toddler sustained minor injuries. The other two — a woman who was struck in the head and a 1-year-old with abrasions — were taken by ambulance to Stanford Hospital with minor injuries. In a video filmed by first responders, the limb from the 100-year-old tree rests atop an empty stroller and a partially collapsed folding table. Drooping leaves from the limb sway in the breeze, and the entire area is circled with yellow caution tape. The oak tree weeps water from where the limb snapped from its trunk — evidence that this year’s heavy rain season, following years of drought, may have made the tree’s branches unstable.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Bay Area News
  • Finding a good tree care service
    By Bay Area Consumers’ Checkbook - Friday Aug 4, 2017

    Finding a good tree care serviceThey absorb carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas.[...] they look good.To keep your trees healthy or to get rid of dying ones, you may want the benefit of professional advice, skill and labor.To help you find it, nonprofit consumer group Bay Area Consumers’ Checkbook and Checkbook.org has surveyed its members and Consumer Reports subscribers about their experiences with area tree care services.For the next month, Checkbook is offering free access to its ratings of tree care services to Chronicle readers: www.checkbook.org/chronicle/tree-care.Other reasons for tree work include eliminating the risk to your house, or to electrical or other utility wires from rubbing limbs or precarious overhanging limbs; letting light and breezes more readily reach your house, garden or lawn; and protecting foundations and drainage systems from invading roots.[...] sometimes it’s difficult to diagnose and treat trees.Checkbook’s evaluation of tree care services found big company-to-company differences in the quality of advice and work performed.[...] the news is not all good.Some companies received favorable ratings from only 60 percent or fewer of their surveyed customers.Common customer complaints included charging more than promised, producing bad results and even property damage caused by careless or untrained workers.Typically, you don’t have to be home when bidders are looking at the job — but do include a thorough description of the work in a written contract that specifies who cleans up afterward, hauls away debris and wood, and removes the stump.Check whether a company’s liability insurance and worker’s compensation insurance are in effect.If you need expert advice and help caring for your trees, rather than simply removing goners, look for certification by the American Society of Consulting Arborists (www.asca-consultants.org) or the International Society of Arboriculture (www.isa-arbor.com).Bay Area Consumers’ Checkbook magazine and Checkbook.org is a nonprofit organization with a mission to help consumers get the best service and lowest prices.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Business and Technology News
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