To my valued new customers,

Hello, my name is Jason McFarland (owner and creator of Collard Cuts Tree Service). I am very pleased to announce that Collard Cuts Tree Service has purchased Allen Lawn Care and all of its accounts. Robert Allen (AKA Bobby) and I have met many times to discuss the terms of this business transaction.

Bobby has thoroughly expressed again and again how much he cares about each and every one of his clients. It is very important to us that his clients receive the same great care and excellent service that he has provided since the beginning. At Collared Cuts we believe our customers deserve the best. Without you we would not be here.

Over the past weeks I had the absolute pleasure of meeting many of you in person. The amount of welcoming acceptance that I received was so refreshing and exhilarating, it makes me even more eager and thrilled to start!

To those whom I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting; I very much look forward to not only meeting you but providing excellent service to you as well. I am also very pleased to be able to, not only provide excellent lawn care, but offer our tree services at very fair prices.

With approximately seven years in the landscaping industry, and almost twenty years in the tree industry, I am very confident that we can meet all your tree and landscaping needs. Whether it is basic lawn care and tree trimming / planting, or new landscaping installations and tree removals, we are here for you!

Please feel free to reach out to myself or my assistant with any concerns or needs.

Why Are We Named Collared Cuts Tree Service?

Where the bark of a tree changes for a branch to grow is called the collar. The proper way to cut a branch off is to cut just outside the collar. That cut is known as a collared cut. When a branch is cut off, the collar then grows over the open wound and seals it up to keep the rest of the tree safe from insects and disease.