Palm Harbor, FL Tree Trimming & Tree Removal Service
Early settlers arrived in the area around 1860. The first northerner to take advantage of the area’s warm climate arrived in 1877. Originally called Sutherland after the Southern Land and Development Company, the settlement became Palm Harbor in 1925. Warm mineral springs gave way to health resorts and spas. Known for its first-rate public schools, Palm Harbor offers the amenities of suburban living and the advantages of proximity to a large metropolitan area.
The population of Palm Harbor is 57,439 with a density of 2,200 residents per square mile. Twenty-six percent of residents hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The median age is 49.8. The largest age category is 40- to 59-year-old at 32 percent; 30.5 percent are age 60 and over, 18 percent age 20 to 39 and 19.4 percent are under age 19.
The median household income is $47,827. The education, healthcare and social sectors employ 20.5 percent of residents, followed by retail, 13.1 percent; professional, management and administrative, 12 percent; and arts, entertainment and recreation, 11.3 percent.
The housing in Palm Harbor is a mix of condominiums, apartments, town homes, single-family homes, retirement communities and historic neighborhoods. Median value of owner-occupied housing units is $200,600; 78.2 percent of residents own their home.
Geography and Climate
Palm Harbor is located on the Gulf of Mexico, about halfway down the Florida peninsula in Pinellas County. It sits 45 minutes north of St. Petersburg and about 26 miles northwest of Tampa. Covering 26.6 square miles, it is comprised of 17.4 square miles of land and 9.2 square miles of water.
The weather in Palm Harbor is mild all throughout the year. Winters are mild with average temperatures around 64 degrees. Summer temperatures average around 81 degrees but a cool breeze off the Gulf of Mexico moderates the heat.
Things to Do
Downtown Palm Harbor features eateries, small shops and historic buildings. In addition to First Friday Celebrations, historic downtown is the site of many craft fairs and festivals throughout the year. First Friday Celebrations offer rides and activities for the children; adults enjoy wares displayed by local artisans and crafters, and a variety of cuisine is available for the whole family to enjoy.
The Taste of Palm Harbor festival, an annual event held the first Sunday in October, features live music and taste-testing from local restaurants. The annual Citrus Festival in April and the Harbor Arts Festival in December provide residents and travelers a chance to visit and get acquainted.
The town’s Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of summer camps and other activities for youngsters. For those visiting Clearwater, Dunedin or Tarpon Springs, the Jolley Trolley is a fun alternative to driving.
Warner Tree Service in Palm Harbor, FL
Warner Tree Service is a family owned company serving Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Our services include tree trimming, tree removal and hazardous limb removal. We also offer tree pruning and shaping, stump grinding and land clearing.
We built our reputation on quality work and outstanding professionalism. When you have tree damage as a result of severe weather, our team will be there within 24 hours. We offer free estimates and competitive pricing. We are fully licensed and insured and have the equipment needed to handle tree trimming and tree removal for residential and commercial customers. Our goal is to provide 100 percent satisfaction to our customers in Palm Harbor and the surrounding area.