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HMI's Authorized Member Network grows

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The Takoma Tree Experts and Woodland Tree Service join list of members.

| January 18, 2011

HMI continues to add to its Authorized Member Network. Takoma Tree Experts in the Washington metropolitan area and Woodland Tree Service in Memphis, Tenn., have recently joined the network.

"We are pleased to have an established company like Takoma Tree Experts as part of our network,” said Doug Malawsky, executive vice president and COO of HMI. “They have provided tree care to the DC metropolitan area for nearly 30 year. To ensure they are providing top-notch customer service and tree care knowledge, they employ ISA certified arborists, maintain state licensing, and invest in staff training so they are aware of the latest changes and innovations in the industry.”

Malawsky had similar comments about Woodland Tree Service’s expertise.

"We are pleased to add Woodland Tree Service to our AM network," he said. "They have the most certified arborists on staff in their area which reflects their commitment to quality tree care. As HMI expands its footprint, it is critical to continue to work with only the best tree care companies in any given territory – Woodland allows us to maintain this level of quality in the Greater Memphis market."
 
Members of HMI's AM Network provide property owners with risk mitigation services, tree removal/repair and replacement services, and all other services related to tree loss and damage recovery. Other services include reports to support subrogation actions, and replacement costs for lost trees and shrubs.
 

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