The plight of ash trees in London, Ontario is not breaking news. The emerald ash borer (EAB) crossed into Canada near Windsor in 2002 and has been marching across Ontario since then. Every year the spread becomes larger, despite the many preventive measures taken to stop the EAB. Despite the uphill battle, CLC Tree Services continues to… Read more »
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A little sunshine goes a long way That is Stevenson Children’s Camp’s slogan. And that is exactly what the crews got when they showed up for the OCAA Day of Service at the 125-acre Stevenson Children’s Camp on April 27th of this year—sunshine. Not a cloud marred the sky, as trucks rumbled in from… Read more »
Lights, camera, action!
It’s time for CLC Tree Services to upgrade our image. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s in store…
“Thanks for all the support friends! It feels great to be voted best tree company in London ever since they started keeping track! Best of London x3 only happens when you do what you love, do it well, and treat people right!” ~ Calvin McCallum It is an honour and a privilege to win this… Read more »
Late winter is the perfect time to have your trees inspected by a Certified Arborist to ensure the optimal health of your trees.
If you don’t enter, you can’t win. Everyone wants to win something and now is your chance. Send your ideas for an updated slogan and logo to CLC Tree Services for YOUR chance to win!
Put your money where your mouth is. CLC Tree Services is looking for help to update our slogan and logo. Send us your suggestions and you’ll be entered to win a prize.
CLC Tree Services came into being way back in 1988. You’ve heard the story of how Curt McCallum started the company as a second job to help pay the bills. If you’ve followed the CLC blog, you also know how the company has grown and changed since then. We are far from a one-man operation… Read more »
It takes a lot of hard work to successfully run a small business. CLC Tree Services does their best to make their company excel in everything they do.
Now how did that happen? The calendar has run out of pages and dates, and 2015 is at an end. Where does the time go? Out the back of our chipper I guess. A better question is what did we do this past year. On reflection, it was a pretty good year for Curt and… Read more »