Wouldn't trust anyone else with my trees! ” - Margaret S.
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Preservation Tree Services teaches Denton Citizen Foresters about tree inventories.
Preservation Tree Services was happy to participate in the 2018 City of Tyler Arbor Day celebration on the UT-Tyler campus. Our Micah Pace and Ken Smith helped promote the importance of trees and the mission of ISAT.
Aransas County residents in South Texas signed up to visit with arborists from around the state to learn about the health and safety of their Hurricane Harvey-damaged trees.
Sometimes it is necessary to remove a tree when it is providing more harm than benefit, as was the case with this very large, co-dominate trunked tree in Plano.
The 150+ year-old Pecan tree predates the founding of Highland Park, Texas and is loved as a community treasure. Preservation Tree works diligently with the township's parks department to keep the living history lesson in fighting shape.
The campus of the University of Texas at Tyler welcomed over 1,000 attendees to Tyler's 2018 Arbor Day celebration. Preservation Tree was happy to pitch in on the mission.
Removing a large tree from a residential landscape demands careful planning and professional execution.
Get to Know our Staff: Meet Micah Pace