We could not be happier! ” - Margaret H.
Preservation Tree offers a wide variety of services to keep your trees vibrant and healthy. Our work is bonded and insured, our company maintains industry-specific and Better Business Bureau accreditation, and our team members are certified, degreed and licensed.
Learn more about our earth-friendly bio-fertilization program that helps grow strong beautiful trees.
Learn more about our earth-friendly bio-fertilization program for a healthy, beautiful, and family-friendly lawn.
Expert tree pruning and trimming services to produce strong, healthy, and attractive trees. Prevent storm damage!
Our Certified Arborists can inspect and evaluate your tree's health and needs.
Our Registered Consulting Arborists provide high-level evaluations, assessments, and legal support.
Preservation Tree specializes in tricky tree removals. When a tree must be removed, we have the skilled staff to tackle even very tricky and large removals.
Preservation Tree performs tree cabling and bracing in accordance with industry standards, as outlined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Preservation Tree uses natural methods to control tree pests and diseases.
Oak Wilt is an especially insidious disease that is easily transmitted and can kill a tree in a single growing season.
Aerated soil is more resistant to fluctuations and extremes in temperature.
Girdling, or choking, causes a constriction of the major flare roots of a tree.
Soil analysis is used whenever there is a problem that normal treatments do not resolve.
When you are starting a building project, Preservation Tree can create and deploy tree protection plans to protect your existing trees.
Preservation Tree and the Texas Trees Foundation are working together to help achieve a 5% increase in urban tree cover by providing their joint tree planting initiative in North Texas.
Storms often lead to fallen trees and emergency tree care needs. Preservation Tree keeps a certified arborist on call at all times to assist in emergency situations in Dallas and Fort Worth.