Everyone was professional, courteous, prompt, and extremely good at their jobs. It was a pleasure dealing with you & everyone else at Preservation Tree. Thank you again!!! ” - Kevin M.
See pictures of our work around the DFW Metroplex.
Amidst this very wet October, the mushrooms are having a field day. Fungal growth near and on your trees could, however, be cause for concern.
Our work rarely calls for waders and a boat, but when it does, our crew is ready to tackle these unusual tree issues.
Knowing what kind of trees you have and understanding their states of health is essential to a good tree management plan. At the heart of that plan is a comprehensive tree inventory effort.
Removing a large tree from a residential landscape demands careful planning and professional execution.
It's official! Francisco Lares, Leo Sanchez and A.J. Thibodeaux have been with Preservation Tree for ten years. Hip, hip, hooray!
Keeping our company up-to-date on first aid practices is just part of the job for our Safety and Training Coordinator, Daniel Cottier. A healthier and safer workplace is the reward.
When a bovine moseys up to photo bomb us, we sit up and take notice. Our tree work often draws spectators, just usually not the four-legged kind. Cows rule!
Our own Micah Pace took his place among those representing our industry at this year's annual conference of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) in Columbus, Ohio. Micah has served as President of the ISA Texas Chapter this past year.