Darren Harden loves what he does for a living and when you get paid for doing what you love, then you know that you are in the right business. He learned a great deal about the business from his father, Alvin, and from removing the hundreds of trees from residential and commercial properties.
Harden has been in this business for over 30 years, since about 1970, so Darren knows what he is doing and what trees need to be removed before they start causing a property owner a lot of money. By that, I mean having the trees fall, especially pine trees, onto your home or other property and causing you a lot of grief. Damage like that can be very costly and much more than the cost of removing those troublesome trees that have weak spots and are about ready to topple over.
Harden suggests that you take a good look at the trees on your property, whether that be private property or commercial property, and don’t wait until the weak ones fall and cost you a lot of money.
It is important that you know that Harden and his crew, along with other “professionals” in the business, are fully insured which is very important to a homeowner before he lets anyone work on his property. Be sure to see evidence of this insurance so that if an accident occurs, you won’t end up digging into your pocket to pay for damages you never realized you could have. And check out the equipment that the tree removal personnel have to remove your trees. Harden has modern trucks with buckets to make the tree removal easier and safer. This not only protects his employees, but speeds up the removal of your trees and any reduction in work time will save you money.
An important part of Harden’s business is his partner and wife, Angela, who keeps him straight and makes sure that more money comes in than goes out. Her handling of the details allows Darren to concentrate on the outdoor work and the outdoors in general which he loves. Things like the insurance and other business details are what Angela likes so they make a very good team.
Besides spoiling their children, John, 9, and Emily, 10, Harden can be found weekends at the U. S. 19 South Speedway where he will be wearing the rubber off of his dragster’s tires. Darren and Angela have been married 13 years and are kept very busy with their business and weekend activities.
If you need someone analyze the condition of the trees on your property and to do a darn good job of removing any that need be, give Darren a call at 777-4554. Their business is located at 146 Reese Drive in Sylvester.