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J&M Landscaping, LLC
dba Jose Knows Trees
ROC #322669

Proudly Serving Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler + Tempe
Family Owned and Operated since 2010

J&M Landscaping, LLC
dba Jose Knows Trees
ROC #322669

Proudly Serving Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler + Tempe
Family Owned and Operated since 2010

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You will be receiving the truly personal service of a family-owned and operated business. You can count on us being courteous and professional while delivering to your service needs in a timely fashion. We will pay attention to the details that bigger companies may overlook. Have more questions about our service? Call Jose today, we’re looking forward to helping!

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Jose Knows Trees offers commercial and residential tree services including Tree Removal, Pruning, Insections, Tree & Plant Analysis, Tree Trimming, Stump Grinding, and more! Landscaping needs? We can help with that too!

Contact Jose if you have questions or would like a free estimate for your home or business needs. Enjoy our informative articles below.

Why Tree Stump Removal Is Important for Your Property

If you’ve just had tree removal done on your property, you’re probably left with at least one large stump. With trunks and branches out of the way, you may think the job is done, but stump removal should be your next step.

Who Is Responsible for Tree Removal & Trimming: Landlord or Tenant?

Trees in a rental property are an enormous attraction for renters. Trees create an environment around the home that attunes to the human body, mind, and spirit. People who live around trees are often happier and healthier. Trees purify the air and attract birds that make the home more enjoyable.

Acacia Tree Care: Everything You Need to Know

The first sign of infection is the development of small, lighter-colored spots. They may show up anywhere on the branches or trunk and often appear wet around the margins. Over time, these spots will blacken, crack open, and may leak a dark-colored, foul-smelling fluid.

The Best Tips for Caring for Your Sissoo Trees

The first sign of infection is the development of small, lighter-colored spots. They may show up anywhere on the branches or trunk and often appear wet around the margins. Over time, these spots will blacken, crack open, and may leak a dark-colored, foul-smelling fluid.

Prevent Your Palms from Getting Sick

As a rental property manager, you must stay on top of the care of the trees on your rental properties. To learn more about why and how this should be done, read on. You’ll learn a great deal about this topic in this informative post, and then you can move forward with a plan with ease from there.

Tree Trimming Services at Your Rental Properties

As a rental property manager, you must stay on top of the care of the trees on your rental properties. To learn more about why and how this should be done, read on. You’ll learn a great deal about this topic in this informative post, and then you can move forward with a plan with ease from there.

Caring for Your Arizona Pine Trees

The first sign of infection is the development of small, lighter-colored spots. They may show up anywhere on the branches or trunk and often appear wet around the margins. Over time, these spots will blacken, crack open, and may leak a dark-colored, foul-smelling fluid.

Is My Pine Tree Sick or Dying?

The first sign of infection is the development of small, lighter-colored spots. They may show up anywhere on the branches or trunk and often appear wet around the margins. Over time, these spots will blacken, crack open, and may leak a dark-colored, foul-smelling fluid.

How to Tell if My Saguaro Is Sick or Dying

The first sign of infection is the development of small, lighter-colored spots. They may show up anywhere on the branches or trunk and often appear wet around the margins. Over time, these spots will blacken, crack open, and may leak a dark-colored, foul-smelling fluid.

East Valley Christmas Tree Recycling Guide

According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there are approximately 25-30 million Christmas trees sold in the United States every year. Although these trees have limited “shelf lives” after they are cut down and sold, they can serve a greater purpose even after they pass their prime.