Terms of the deal between Stay Green in Santa Clarita and Emerald in Anaheim were not disclosed.
The Stay Green executive team will work closely with Emerald’s managers and their 134 employees over the next several months to ensure a smooth transition and adoption of Stay Green best practices and processes, the company said.
Chief Executive Chris Angelo said that what drew his company to Emerald were shared values of treating employees well and partnering with valued clients.
“They have the experience, resources, and capabilities to allow Stay Green to grow in the Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties,” Angelo said in a statement.
The existing Emerald client base includes Class A office facilities, industrial, homeowners associations, hospitality, retail and municipalities.
Founded in 1970, Stay Green provides landscape maintenance, tree care, and plant health care services for premiere residential, commercial, and industrial properties throughout Southern California.