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You are the customer. If your goal is to choose a tree service that will deliver high customer satisfaction and quality, you’ll feel confident in choosing a Diamond Certified tree maintenance service. Each has been rated Highest in Quality in the most accurate ratings process anywhere. And you’re always backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee. Here’s why the Diamond Certified ratings and certification process will help you find a top-rated tree service and is unparalleled in its accuracy, rigor and usefulness:

1) Accuracy: All research is performed by live telephone interviews that verify only real customers are surveyed, so you’ll never be fooled by fake reviews.

2) Statistical Reliability: A large random sample of past customers is surveyed on an ongoing basis so the research results you see truly reflect a Diamond Certified company’s top-rated status.

3) Full Disclosure: By clicking the name of a company above you’ll see the exact rating results in charts and read verbatim survey responses as well as researched articles on each qualified company.

4) Guaranteed: Your purchase is backed up with mediation and the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee, so you can choose with confidence.

Click on the name of a Diamond Certified company above to read ratings results, researched articles and verbatim customer survey responses to help you make an informed decision.

More than 200,000 customers of local companies have been interviewed in live telephone calls, and only companies that score Highest in Quality in customer satisfaction–a 90+ on a 100 scale–as well as pass all of the credential-based ratings earn Diamond Certified. By requiring such a high score to qualify, the Diamond Certified program eliminates mediocre and poorly performing companies. Read detailed information about the ratings and certification process.

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Alex Llamas is a veteran of the tree service industry and owner of SexyTrees.com, a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (707) 931-0935 or by email.

Alex Llamas

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Alex Llamas: High Aptitude

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

ALAMO — When asked how he got involved in tree service, Alex Llamas recounts a unique opportunity that combined his handy aptitude with his love for altitude. “When I was in college, I got a part-time job helping a retired teacher maintain his property, which he had turned into a public park,” he remembers. “He taught me everything he knew about pruning and maintaining trees. Plus, I did a lot of rock climbing back in the day, so climbing trees was just natural for me.”

Despite these influencing factors, Alex didn’t pursue tree service as a career after college—not right away, at least. “In college, I majored in concrete engineering, and after I graduated I got a job as an estimator with a concrete repair company,” he explains. “However, not long into the job, I got laid off. That put a bad taste in my mouth—I didn’t like the idea of being dependent on someone else for employment. That’s why I decided to start my own tree service company. I got a $5,000 loan from my dad, bought liability insurance and printed some business cards. That was in April of 2012, and my business has continued to grow during the last five years.”

Today, as owner of SexyTrees.com, Alex says his favorite part of his job is seeing the long-term results of his work. “Unlike a lot of tree service companies, we always try to do what’s best for the tree when we’re pruning or performing other types of maintenance. When a customer calls us for service again a couple of years later, it’s rewarding to see how the trees have progressed and how healthy they are.”

A resident of Concord, Alex says he appreciates the close-knit character of his longtime hometown. “This is where I grew up, so I have a lot of family and friends here. A lot of times, they ask for advice or help with their trees, so it’s nice to be able to give back in that way. I like being part of this community.”

Outside of work, Alex likes to take advantage of all the Bay Area has to offer. “My wife, Pamela, and I stay pretty active in our free time,” he affirms. “We do a lot of camping in the summer and enjoy checking out different national parks. We also enjoy the city life and going out to restaurants and concerts.” Additionally, Alex likes spending time with family and friends at barbeques and similar get-togethers.

In regard to his professional career, Alex espouses the importance of respect and communication. “Wherever we’re working, I always remind my guys to treat the customer’s property like it was their own,” he says. “I also place a high priority on client communication by making sure we listen to them and understand their needs. I think those two aspects—respect and communication—are the keys to customer satisfaction.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Alex says he’d take his love for altitude to an exotic location. “I would go tree climbing in the jungles of Mexico. There are massive trees there with huge spikes on their trunks, and I’ve always wanted to climb one of them.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What kinds of music do you like?
A: I’m very eclectic in my tastes—I go from classic country like Willie Nelson to Mexican corridos and salsa.

Q: Are you an early bird or a night owl?
A: A little bit of both—it depends on the time of year.

Q: What was your favorite toy as a child?
A: A rope. That may sound weird, but a rope is very versatile—you can use it to lasso a cow, climb a tree or whatever.

Q: Do you collect anything?
A: I collect rocks, pine cones and cross-sections of wood.

Q: Who are your favorite comedians?
A: Dave Chappelle, George Lopez and Carlos Mencia.

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Deep Watering Your Trees


ALAMO — When a tree looks unhealthy, it’s usually due to stress from a lack of water or nutrients. A simple way to address this problem is to use a deep watering tool. All you need to do is connect a garden… Read more

The Benefits of Mulch for Trees


ALAMO — An easy way to promote the health of the trees on your property is to apply mulch. Mulch offers several benefits: • It insulates the soil, which minimizes sun and wind evaporation following irrigation. • It keeps weeds down,… Read more

Assessing Tree Service Tools


ALAMO — When hiring a tree service company, it’s important to look at the types of tools its technicians use and how they’re maintained. After all, you should expect a professional to use professional tools and techniques to ensure the utmost quality… Read more

Expert Video Tip

Video: DIY Deep Watering for Trees

Complete Video Transcription:

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American Society of Consulting Arborists (ASCA) (http://www.asca-consultants.org/)
Better Business Bureau (BBB) (http://www.bbb.com/)
California Arborist Association (CAA) (http://www.cal-arb-association.com/)…

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Better Business Bureau (BBB) (http://www.bbb.com/)
California Arborist Association (CAA) (http://www.cal-arb-association.com/)

Contractors State Licensing Board (CSLB) (http://www.cslb.cs.gov/)
International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) (http://www.isa-arbor.com/)
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Know What You Want
Before Hiring Tree Services in Solano County

You know your trees need care. But since there are many tree companies out there to choose from, you must be diligent in how you hire a tree service. Ask yourself what kind of business you want performing your tree services in Solano County.

  • Do I want a Diamond Certified tree trimming company that is rated best in quality and backed by the Diamond Certified Guarantee?
  • Do I want a tree service in Solano County that is expertly qualified and experienced?
  • Have I done enough research on tree services and what tree work entails?
  • If I am unable to hire a Diamond Certified tree service, Do I have time for thoroughly researching tree services (which could save time and money in the long run)?
  • Do I have time to check references, confirm licensing, confirm ISA certifications, verify liability insurance and workers’ compensation, as well as check for complaints against the company?
  • Do I have the budget for hiring an experienced and qualified tree service in Solano County?

Whether you are in a town such as Allendale, Vallejo, Rio Vista, Benicia or Vacaville, you can choose a Diamond Certified tree service with confidence.

If you are unable to use a Diamond Certified tree service, this is where it is critical to conduct your own research. You will need to determine the tree services you need, and find companies that cater to your tree care needs.

The available types of tree services in Solano County may differ by company. Most will offer services such as insect spraying, tree fertilization, tree removal, tree stump grinding, tree cabling and bracing, tree pruning, and other services.

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What To Ask In Person
In Person Interview Questions When Hiring Local Tree Care Services

After your phone interviews with tree companies, meet in person with the tree services you are considering. This will give you a chance to assess your professional compatibility and their skill, as well as give them an opportunity to view and investigate the work you’re considering them for.

If you need to hire a tree company in areas including Travis Air Force Base, Suisun City, Mare Island, Vallejo, Benicia, Fairfield, Vacaville or another area, you may find good Solano County tree care contractors that offer services such as repairing tree storm damage, view restoration, and reducing tree overgrowth.

Be sure to communicate exactly what you want from the tree services. Make sure to note the ISA certified arborist’s answers to your questions. This is especially true if you have a complex tree problem.

Questions to ask a tree service in person:

  • What type of tree care equipment do you use?
  • Do you use tree spikes or lifts to climb trees (spikes may damage trees)?
  • How experienced are your employees with working around hazardous electrical wiring?
  • Approximately how long will my tree services will take?
  • Will you do stump grinding after a tree removal? Is there an extra cost for stump grinding service?
  • Is clean up included and when will clean up be completed?
  • Do you offer tree storm damage repair in Solano County?
  • Will I need to supply water for tree services (potential hidden cost)?
  • Will you have a written contract for my tree care services?
  • What are the contract terms for tree service in Solano County?
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  • What To Ask References
    Interview Clients of Solano County Tree Services

    It’s best to choose a Diamond Certified tree care service because all certified companies have passed an in-depth ratings process that most other companies can’t pass. If you want quality from a tree care service in Solano County, you can have confidence choosing a Diamond Certified company.

    Diamond Certified reports are available online for all certified companies. And you’ll never be fooled by fake reviews. That’s because all research is performed in live telephone interviews of actual customers.

    If you can’t find a Diamond Certified tree care service company within reach, you’ll have to do your research. If you do call references yourself, make sure to ask for a list of the company’s 10 most recent customers. This will help prevent the tree service from selecting their happiest customers for references.

    Keep in mind, references provided to you by the tree care company are not equal in value to the large random sample of customers surveyed during the Diamond Certified ratings process. That’s because references given to customers from the tree service tend to favor the company and won’t give you an accurate representation of all of their customers’ feedback.

    Here are some questions you can ask tree service references in Solano County:

    • What tree services were provided for you?
    • On a scale of 1 to 10, what is your satisfaction level with this tree service?
    • What reasons (if any) were you unsatisfied?
    • Would you call this company again for tree trimming or other tree services in Solano County?
    • Did they remove debris before they left the premises?
    • Did they notify you of any accommodations needed before starting tree work (moving vehicles, special parking areas, vehicle access, etc.)?
    • Were there any hidden costs on your tree service invoice?
    • Did your final cost reflect the estimate you were given? Why or why not?
    • Did they pressure you into additional tree services you did not want?
    • Was the tree service friendly and professional through all of your interactions?
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  • Review Your Options
    Now You're Ready to Hire a Tree Service in Solano County

    The Diamond Certified symbol has been awarded to companies that scored Highest in Quality in an accurate ratings process.

    Review your choice of tree services and make your final selection. When hiring a tree care service in Solano County, consider these additional questions.

    • Whether you need tree pruning, tree cabling, stump grinding, emergency tree removal or tree planting services in areas including Suisun City, Vacaville, Fairfield, Travis AFB, Benicia, Vallejo and the rest of Solano County can you communicate effectively with the company?
    • Are you only seeking a fix to an isolated tree problem (no long-term tree service)?
    • Do you want a full-service tree company or a part-time tree service? (A full-service company will likely be better equipped and trained.)
    • Has a tree service in Solano County expressed interest in your long-term tree work needs?
    • Did you feel they have your best interests in mind?
    • If you haven’t already, ask if there is an extra charge for travel to your home.
    • Has a Solano County tree service pressured you into tree services you do not want?
    • Have you checked tree service liability and insurance, as well as licensing, tree care training, ISA certification, and experience?
    • Have you contacted the California Contractor’s State Licensing Board (CSLB)?
    • Are they a Diamond Certified tree service in Solano County?

    If you are reassured with the answers to these questions, make your decision to hire the professional tree service company that best suits your needs.

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  • How To Work With
    Advice When Working with Solano County Tree Contractors

    Congratulations on selecting a good tree company in Solano County. Know that in the long term, good tree care will be an investment. Make sure you have everything in writing with detailed descriptions of the tree services to be performed.

    This will help avoid mistakes resulting from poor communication. Have them give you a start date and estimated completion date. You’ll also want to ask the tree contractors to notify you in advance of any additional costs that were unforeseen in the original estimate.

    Next Steps After Hiring a Solano County Tree Care Services
    You received an estimate based on the tree services you asked to have completed. Of course, unforeseen problems may arise. Ask for any changes to your cost in writing. Tell them you must agree to any additional costs prior to completing tree services.

    Sign the contract and do a walk-through with the senior arborist or head tree contractor before it begins.

    Make Your Tree Care Services Go Smoother
    Expect that there will be extra noise while your tree service is completed. Make sure not to get close while they are completing the work for safety reasons. Ask your arborist what is a safe distance to keep from tree work.

    Only talk to tree care workers when they are on the ground. Keep any pets out of the way and keep your windows and doors closed.

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  • Be a Good Customer
    How to Be a Good Customer for a Solano County Tree Service

    Why would you want to be a good customer? Everyone appreciates a pleasant customer. This is no different for tree services in Solano County.

    Here are some simple steps you can take towards being a good customer when hiring a local tree contractor.

    • Be upfront with the tree service you choose. Let them know how they can fulfill your expectations.
    • Reiterate your understanding of the agreement for tree services. Most problems with professional tree services occur because of a breakdown in communication.
    • When working with your tree service, ask if you should call to check on the progress of your tree work.
    • Be sure your tree care contractor has a phone number where they can reach you while they’re caring for your trees.
    • When your contractor calls you, always return calls promptly to keep your tree work on schedule.
    • Remember that being polite and keeping a friendly smile will go a long way!
    • Pay for your tree care work promptly.

    Building a good rapport with your tree service company can help speed along your services, and communication is crucial to having your needs understood. This is especially true if you will need care over the life of your trees.

    Whether you need tree pruning or tree fertilization, your tree contractor should understand your needs. They can also make recommendations for future tree services to keep your home beautiful for years to come.

    Tree care professionals appreciate customers who are straightforward, honest and easy to work with. Having a positive attitude as a customer sets the tone from your end and creates an environment conducive to a good relationship. Things may go smoother and any problems may be more easily resolved.

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Check The Work
Check Tree Services in Solano County Against the Final Invoice

Always make sure to check all tree services in the contract were completed to your satisfaction. Compare everything on the invoice to the work done.

A standard invoice should include the following:

  • The tree care company’s name, address, telephone number, and their license number.
  • An itemized list of all work performed, and will ideally include specific descriptions of the work done.
  • A break-down of cost for both tree care labor and any required materials.
  • The invoice should ideally include a start date, estimated completion date and possibly a guaranteed end date. There may be a clause for some delays that are excusable such as inclement weather.
  • If they offer a satisfaction guarantee, has the tree service been completed to your 100% satisfaction?
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Written Warranties
Protect Yourself with Written Guarantees

Some local tree care companies may provide a warranty or satisfaction guarantee. If you hired a tree service, did they promise to provide you with a written warranty?

If so, ensure that you have the warranty in-hand before the company leaves the premises. If you hired a Solano County tree service for pruning and fertilization, they may warranty the health of your trees or just the work.

Because warranties given depend on the tree service issuing them, always make sure you understand the terms of any warranty provided and have proof of warranty in writing before the job is complete.

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Top 10 Requests
Common Tree Services Provided By Arborists and Tree Trimming Companies in Solano County

You probably know what work you need completed by tree services in Solano County. However, if you are new to home ownership you may wonder what tree services are commonly performed.

Here are some common tree care services and common tree problems where an ISA Certified Arborist can assist:

Tree Bracing and Cabling
Helps to provide extra support to strengthen a tree that may be weak and have limbs that may break. Without correcting a specific tree weakness, you may risk injury or property damage. This is especially problematic when there are storms.

Dead Branches in Trees
Dead branches should be removed to increase tree health. This will also avoid property damage, as dead branches are more susceptible to storm damage. You don’t want a dead tree limb or dead tree branch to fall on a car, or cause other structural damage.

Diseases In Trees
Often times tree disease is the result of a deficiency of nutrition in trees. Tree disease can range from leaf discoloration, to excess bark peeling, to insect infestations.

Leaning Tree Repair
Your tall tree leans at an obvious angle. This could be a hazard if there are strong winds during storms. Leaning trees should be corrected by a professional arborist to avoid damages or personal injuries.

Mushroom or Fungus Growth on Trees
This can happen around the base of the tree and is a sign of tree decay. There is rotting wood in roots of trees, which means your tree is dying. A well trained arborist can assess your tree and recommend a solution.

Preventative Tree Care
Trees need proper light, pruning, and food to help it achieve a pleasing tree shape and to live longer. This includes tree fertilizers, which will increase the health and nutrition of your trees. There are both organic and conventional fertilizers for trees that your Solano County tree service can provide.

Raised Earth Around Base Of Tree
This can mean your tree is beginning to uproot from the ground. This could be dangerous if a strong storm came through to further uproot your tree. Many of us have seen photos of a tree that crashed on a vehicle or a tree that fell on a house.

Solar Enhancement Services
Solar enhancement can help create sufficient light for solar panels to function adequately. If your home has solar panels, you may see improved solar functionality by reducing the amount of tree shade.

Tree Planting Services in Solano County
Perhaps you wish to plant apple trees or citrus trees. Either way, consulting a professional tree service will assist you with tree planting.

View Restoration
This can include tree thinning, which creates beautiful filtered views by removing dead wood on trees. They may also perform “windowing” which creates open space, similar to a window’s function in your home.

Products Typically Used by Local Tree Care Companies
Your Solano County tree care professional may use a number of products and tools to care for your trees. Here are a few products you may see your tree  for performing tree care services.

Climbing Rope
These should meet all ANSI safety standards, and will assist a professional arborist with safely climbing trees.

Tree Fertilizers
Fertilizer and other products from this brand may be used in caring for your trees.

Professional Chainsaws And Other Professional Grade Equipment
Professional chainsaws can be used by a Solano County tree service to trim trees, clear utility line areas, or for other tree shaping and tree pruning.

Electric Pole Chainsaw
An alternate way for trimming trees instead of climbing a ladder to the top of your tree with a chainsaw.

Rigging Line
Not to be confused with a climbing rope, this helps tree stability by connecting them to stationary objects.

Tree Cabling Tools
This is a very specialized tree service skill, which requires the use of eye lags, extra strength cable, and bracing equipment such as a course threaded rod.

Tree Saver Straps
These should be used when a tree rigging line is put into place. They will help avoid damage to bark while tree work is being performed.

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Glossary Of Terms
Glossary of Tree Care Terms

Following are some common terms used in the tree service industry. This will help you when talking to a local arborist or tree service who is using industry terms you may not know.

ANSI 3000
American National Standards Institute, the national organization that sets standards for tree trimmers, tree services and arborists.

ANSI Z133.1
American National Standards Institute safety standard for tree care.

Following are some common terms used in the tree service industry. This will help you when talking to a local arborist or tree service who is using industry terms you may not know.

ANSI 3000
American National Standards Institute, the national organization that sets standards for tree trimmers, tree services and arborists.

ANSI Z133.1
American National Standards Institute safety standard for tree care.

A chemical that is applied to cut back water loss through stems and leaves on trees.

Also known as antidesiccants

The cultivation and management of trees which focuses on the health and safety of trees.

Also known as: Arboriculture

Refilling a hole around the roots with dirt, often happens during transplanting.

The protective outer layer on trunks, branches and twigs.

Creating extra support for a tree with structural defects by limiting movement of tree branches using steel cables, wire rods, and clamps.

The division of a stem, or a secondary stem, attached to a primary part of the tree.

The use of a ¼ inc threaded steel, used to support cracked, splitting, or debilitated joints of a tree.

buttress root
A large root that forms at ground level of a tree.

A method of structural support for weak tree joints. An extra strength cable is used to support the tree. There is a hole drilled into each main branch, into which a two eye-bolts are used to help keep a tree from splitting apart. Often preferable to bracing or used in conjunction with tree bracing.

The top or crown of a tree, which is formed by all the branches and leaves together.

canopy raising
Used to assist in creating a symmetrical tree by taking away lower lateral limbs.

All branches and foliage of a tree above the ground

crown thinning
Removing selected tree branches in order to facilitate sunlight penetration and reducing weight of strained branches.

crown restoration
Used to renew health and structure to a damaged tree

Removal of dying, diseased, or already dead branches.

Trees or shrubs that shed their leaves seasonally.

drop cut
A second cut in a three-cut procedure of take away a branch.

eye lags
Screws thread eye bolts used in cabling and bracing.

Also known as: eye bolts

A tree or other plant’s ability to tolerate cold or warm temperatures.

lateral root
A root that extends off of the main root.

Having the legal responsibility for financial costs related with cost to repair casualty.

mature tree
A tree that has reached about 3/4 of its full growth.

pesticide (conventional)
Created for destroying or repelling a pest. Synthetic or man-made chemicals. Can be damaging to the soil.

pesticide (organic)
Less refined, naturally occurring products that often contain natural resistance to insects and other pests. Generally less harmful to people and the environment.

plant health care
A tree maintenance system that aims to be preventative or proactive in tree care. Includes fertilization, protection from tree diseases or tree infestation troubles, and ensuring satisfactory water and soil conditions.

Also known as: tree maintenance

stump grinding
A power tool with high-speed disk that rotates in order to chip a stump into smaller pieces for removal.

Also known as: stump cutter

tree pruning
Removing certain branches, roots, or buds of a tree. Used to maintain or improve health of trees, improving flower or fruit output, and helping them become more aesthetically pleasing.

Also known as: tree trimming

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Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ About Tree Care Services

Q: Why Choose a Diamond Certified tree service?

Q: Why Choose a Diamond Certified tree service?
A: Diamond Certified helps you choose a tree service with confidence by offering a list of top-rated local companies who have passed the country’s most in-depth rating process. Only local tree services rated Highest in Quality earn the prestigious Diamond Certified award. Most companies can’t pass the ratings. American Ratings Corporation also monitors every Diamond Certified company with ongoing research and ratings. And your purchase is backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee. So you’ll feel confident choosing a Diamond Certified tree contractor

Q: Why should I commit extra effort into tree care?
A: Trees have long been valued for their aesthetically pleasing qualities, which in turn can increase the value of your home. Trees can increase your home’s worth by up to 25%, depending on placement, health, size of trees, and variety. You should protect your trees with proper tree care services.

Q: Do I really need to water trees?
A: For the most part, trees need to be watered more often when they are young and growing. However, this changes if you are having drought conditions in your area. With normal rainfall levels, the main exception to this would be trees that were not suitable for your local environment.

Q: What does pruning do for trees?
A: It helps your trees stay healthier, especially as young trees grow and mature. It promotes good branch structure, that could otherwise lead to an early death of your tree.

Q: Do arborists prune trees to specific standards?
A: All arborists should follow the “ANSI A300 – part 1 pruning” standard. Ask your tree service if they always use this standard for tree pruning.

Q: What is pruning paint for trees, and is it still needed?
A: This is an out-dated procedure that used to be suggested for sealing cuts on a freshly pruned tree. Research by the US Forest Service has debunked the need for this “wound dressing”, and showed it actually was contrary to the best interests of the trees. You can even harm your trees with too much moisture.

Q: What is the best time of year to prune trees?
A: Most arborists would agree that you can prune most trees at any time it is needed. Although some trees are more likely to need pruning at the turn of different seasons such as summer of fall.

Q: Do I really need to fertilize my trees?
A: Most trees need fertilization at some point in their lives. In the forest, there are natural circumstances such as animal waste, leaves and other plant material falling to the forest floor, and other decomposition that recycles itself. Mulching is one way to help fertilize a tree, but a plant health care program from a certified arborist is best. A certified arborist can make the best determinations based on your local environment and the ground where your trees grow. This will help your trees have the best health.

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