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Treeman Inc. offers a wide range of services from tree trimming and pruning to tree removal, landscaping to stump removal, storm cleanup to tree topping, we do it all! For your convenience, we offer services for residential, commercial, and governmental clients.
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- Tree Trimming & Pruning
- Tree Removal
- Licensed Tree Expert -License #662 - License #1590
- Residential, Commercial & Governmental
- Certified Arborist
- Se Habla Español
- Tree Topping
- Snow Removal
- Small Retaining Walls
- Stone Patios
- Sod Installation
- Grass Planting
- Tree Inspections
- Storm Cleanup & Emergency Response
- Tree Topping
- Lot & Land Clearing
- Tree Shrub Planting
- Hours Of Operation: 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week
Things To Do in Washington, DC
The National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony is a Christmas tradition that every American looks forward to. All eyes are on the President and First Lady as they light the tree, followed by the President's holiday wishes to the crowd and the millions more watching the event on television. There's a band playing holiday favorites, and in addition to the large tree that is the focal point of the festival, there are also several smaller trees that represent our states and territories. The trees stay lit and this celebration begins a month-long schedule of various entertainment that helps to keep the Christmas spirit high.
H Street Country Club offers an average golfing experience but includes a bit of built-in challenges. The course itself isn't quite evenly maintained and there is the issue of airplane noise due to its location, but overall it offers nice views of the city and the staff is friendly. Another amenity is the great menu at the concession, so either before or after your tee time, you can enjoy a hearty meal.
Seize the opportunity to see our government in action with a visit to the Supreme Court of the United States. The Neoclassical architecture of the building is stunning, and the outer spectacle of the Court is just the beginning. While the court term runs from October through June, you can actually sit in on an actual Court session. Seating is limited, however, so plan to arrive early at the Front Plaza if you want a seat. When the Court is not sitting, you can still take in a lecture or presentation every hour on the half hour.
The National Archives is the ultimate historical storage unit. Every significant document and tangible piece of history is cataloged and stored here. The site houses everything from the Declaration of Independence, to the Louisiana Purchase, to the Watergate tapes. When you walk in, you'll be struck by the fortuitous, 75-foot rotunda where the most treasured documents are on display. Maps, movies, photographs, texts and more are all here, and you can delve into your own research if you are looking for something in particular.