At DFW Tree Care, our focus is to grow along side with priceless trees one at a time with every encounter.
We take pride knowing our employees are properly trained when performing safe, efficient work ethics. We are always vigilant that no job too small or too big can get in the way to cut corners with cost and profits. Therefore, we practice our procedures and take measures seriously with every residential and commercial clients property.
Your satisfaction is our company policy to strive better with your investment
Safety and communication is our key…Knowledge is our power…Teamwork is our motivation for success…
Our mission is to prolong the health and longevity of our beautiful living species we call trees. Because nothing lasts forever we shall preserve and replace what is needed for now and generations to come.
We believe that we’re not just providing a great tree service—we’re helping make the world a healthier, more beautiful place.
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Since Dec 2014 - As of 11/28/2018
Addison, Aledo, Allen, Argyle, Arlington, Balch Springs, Bedford, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Colleyville, Coppell, Copper Canyon, Corinth, Dallas, Denton, DeSoto, Double Oak, Duncanville, Euless, Fairview, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Forney, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Glenn Heights, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Heath, Hickory Creek, Highland Park, Highland Village, Hurst, Irving, Keller, Lake Dallas, Lancaster, Lewisville, Little Elm, Lucas, McKinney, Mesquite, Murphy, Northlake, Parker Plano, Richardson, Richland Hills, Rockwall, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Shady Shores, Southlake, Sunnyvale, The Colony, Trophy Club, University Park, Watauga, Wylie
Know your soil type today!
Soil is a complex, living organism that has specific characteristics that may, or may not, be beneficial to your plant growing goals. The texture and type of soil has a major influence on what plants can be grown successfully and which cannot. 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.
Ever plant a new tree only to struggle to keep it alive? You’re not alone. Caring for young trees, newly planted, requires a little extra time and attention. If you’re ready to plant new trees on your property, or need to replace trees damaged in storms, follow our tree care tips:
Many trees are planted improperly, which sets them up for failure down the road. Trees should be planted at the soil level they are currently growing. When you plant trees too deeply, burying the root flares, root suffocation, disease, and decay can set in.
"I was very please in the work that was performed. The crew was very good at
communicating with me and making sure the tree trimming was to my satisfaction.
They also cleaned up everything."
(4 Stars - 10/29/2019)
"DFW Tree provides excellent and timely tree service and stump grinding.
I have used them twice and I will use them again."
(5 Stars - 11/08/2019)