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Welcome to Happy’s Tree Service,  we are your Tarpon Springs fl tree service professionals. We are a family owned and operated company serving all of Pinellas County since “1989”. In addition, we have an ISA Certified Arborist on staff and we provide all phases of tree care.  For example, but not limited to, tree removal, tree pruning, stump grinding and many more. With this in mind, click on the SERVICES tab above, to find more of our services.

Furthermore, having one of our technicians inspect your trees on a yearly schedule will keep your trees healthy. That is to say, if unchecked your trees can potentially cause damage to your property or a family member. For this reason, removing hazards from your trees is a good practice and should not be taken lightly.

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Contact us today for a FREE ESTIMATE with an ISA Certified Arborist.

Happy’s Tree Service is located in Clearwater fl and provides service to all of Pinellas County since “1989” Our company offers many other services. These can be found by clicking on our SERVICE TABS above.

A Little History About Tarpon Springs

The first settlers in the area now known as Tarpon Springs were A.W. Ormond and his daughter, Mary. They arrived in 1876. While they built a cabin near Spring Bayou. J.C. Boyer, an adventurer from Nassau, sailed into the Bayou. He and Mary Ormond were soon married.

One year after the arrival of the Ormonds, George Inness, an American landscape artist, discovered the beauty in the Bayou. He and his son, George, Jr., painted the scenes found in the area.

Mary was very pleased with her home. For this reason, she especially liked the great fish that inhabited the Bayou. They would leap into the air and spray water. In 1879, she named the small settlement Tarpon Springs. (Actually the fish were mullet, not tarpon!)

In 1880, Hamilton Disston, a wealthy saw manufacture, bought four million acres of the central west coast of Florida from the Governor for 25 cents an acre. As a matter of fact, this saved the state from bankruptcy. Included in the purchase was Tarpon Springs.

In 1884, a post office was established in Tarpon Springs. Soon the railroad arrived and a depot was built to accommodate passengers and freight. Through the efforts and investments of Disston, Tarpon Springs was fashioned into an exclusive winter resort for wealthy Northerners.

In 1887, Tarpon Springs was incorporated. It had a population of 52 residents. John Cheney, a promoter associated with Disston, discovered money could be made by harvesting the sponges growing in the waters of the Gulf. Although Tarpon Springs was successful as a resort, it wasn’t long before the sponge industry became the community’s most important industry.

By 1890, the sponge industry was firmly established in Tarpon Springs. The Cheney Sponge Company sold almost a million dollars worth of sponges that year.

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