Inglewood is a city located in southeast Los Angeles County, next to Los Angeles International Airport. It was originally named by developer and owner of the Centinela-Inglewood Land Company named Daniel Freeman, who acquired it in 1887 following the Mexican-American War. The company was responsible for much of the early development of Inglewood and the surrounding area. The city has a rich, diverse cultural history and was the birthplace of dozens of notable artists and athletes, including Tyra Banks and Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys. Inglewood is now home to around 110,000 residents from a wide range of ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds.
If you are in need of brush clearing or tree removal and maintenance services in the Inglewood area, you need a professional vegetation management company you can trust to address all your outdoor space needs.
Green Leaf Zone specializes in providing affordable, comprehensive tree removal and pruning services to property owners in and around the Greater Los Angeles area. Removing dead or diseased trees and pruning living ones can be both time-consuming and dangerous, particularly if you do not have the necessary equipment to do it effectively.
Our team is both trained and equipped to take care of everything from removal of dead or damaged trees to pruning and stump grinding. We are fully insured arborists with the knowledge and experience to safely and effectively tackle the job.
Clearing the brush on your property in an environmentally-friendly way is also a tedious, time-consuming process, particularly if you are lacking the necessary equipment to get the job done well. Brush and fallen trees are major sources of fuel for wildfires and can put your property at serious risk if they are not properly dealt with.
Green Leaf Zone makes excessive vegetation and brush clearing a breeze. Our team of professionals use industrial equipment to leave your property both safe and looking immaculate, so you can make the most of your outdoor space.
In recent years, the City of Los Angeles has issued requirements for brush and weed clearing in an effort to reduce the threat of wildfires in Southern California. California fire departments insist that home and business owners create defensible space on their property. This way, firefighters can position themselves between your home or another structure and have the necessary space to stop the fire from reaching them. For the first time, new LAFD standards require that homeowners also clear dead palm fronds as part of the fire code because they are highly flammable.
If you need assistance clearing brush, palm fronds or dead trees from your property, look no further than the arborists at Green Leaf Zone.