Tree Service | Dallas Tree Surgeons
Dallas Tree Surgeons is the premier tree service in Dallas, Texas providing tree trimming, tree removal, stump grinding, tree sales, cabling and bracing, tree health care and complete arborist services such as tree treatment and fertilization.
Dallas Tree Surgeons is owned by Certified Arborist Amy Langbein Heath and is the premier tree service company in Dallas, Texas. We only hire highly skilled climbers with years of experience and make sure they are trained by a Dallas Tree Surgeons certified arborists. Trees add value to our homes and neighborhoods and should be cared for to insure longevity and beauty. Dallas Tree Surgeons adheres to tree service guidelines set by TCIA and ISA.
We serve all of the Dallas, TX, area including Plano, Richardson, Garland, McKinney, Frisco, Carrollton, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Irving, Coppell, Rowlett and Rockwall.
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Tree Removal is an important part of tree service. It is done to remove dangerous, decayed, and undesired trees.
Tree trimming/pruning improves the health and beauty of trees around your home. We guarantee our tree service to be the best in the Dallas metroplex.
Stump grinding will grind stumps and roots 4 to 6 inches below the ground.
Certified Arborists will diagnose your trees' health for potential disease, pests, and decay.
Hedge Trimming cleans up and beautifies the shrubbery around your home.
We have the highest quality trees for sale and will plant them for you.
Oak Wilt I recently came across a big patch of live oaks infected with oak wilt in Richardson, Texas, and was reminded of how little common knowledge there is about such a prevalent and insidious disease. Oak wilt is a disease lots of people have heard of but don’t know much about, except that their […]September 24th, 2015
Hannah Davis, a certified arborist for Dallas Tree Surgeons, was recently featured in a news story on CBS with Jack Fink about some of the effects that the recent rains are having on trees. “Drought, Then Rain, Toppling Texas Trees July 6, 2015 4:00 PM RICHARDSON (CBSDFW.COM) – A giant pecan tree suddenly fell onto […]August 5th, 2015
As spring begins, trees are starting to bloom, so take a minute to notice the conditions of newly sprouted leaves. These leaves are an important indicator of the over all health and condition of the tree. If you notice browning around the outer edges while the center of the leaf is still green or a […]April 8th, 2015