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Thank you again for the great job your crew did yesterday pruning on my property. You and your crew have the patience of saints and made my life easier. I look forward to working with you again in the future. ”- Crystal B.

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Blog Posts in category " Year: 2020 "

Lawns: Can They be Good for the Environment?

In urban environments, heat, runoff, and air pollution are all big concerns. Lawngrasses help mitigate all of these important problems.

STOP! Read This Before You Prune Your Crape Myrtles!

It’s the time of year that the annual pruning, or rather topping, of crapemyrtles begins.

Tree Staking: When it Hurts More Than it Helps

Despite good intentions, tree stakes may cause more damage than you’d expect.

What is a Tree Risk Assessment?

Our Registered Consulting Arborists (RCAs) evaluate the level of risk a tree or trees on a property represent to people or other property.

Who is Responsible When a Large Tree Falls Across Property Lines?

What are you to do if your tree falls onto your neighbor’s property, causing damage to home, fencing or sheds?

How We Work During COVID-19

In light of the new Shelter in Place orders issued for the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth we need to update you on how our services will continue.

How Lightning Damages and Kills Trees

Tall trees are also susceptible to damage from being struck by lightning during thunderstorms.

Want Healthy Trees & Lawn? Know Your Soil Type

Soil type can vary widely across different parts of the DFW Metroplex, so we recommend getting to know some of the basics of soil type before you choose plants or start lawn and landscaping projects.

Birdwatching in DFW

Birdwatching is a great activity you and your family can take up; you might as well get to know some of your local neighbors who live in your trees!

Red-tailed Hawks: Babies!

Recently, a crew came upon a nest of baby red-tailed hawks at a client’s property on Lake Kiowa.