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We are a family owned and operated tree service company offering a full range of treatments and services within Little Elm, Texas and surrounding areas. Our employees have decades of experience and know what it takes to please customers with any number of requests and needs. We care as deeply about the trees as we do our customers and this shows in our work. Licensed and insured.
We pride ourselves in attention to detail and an overall understanding of both tree health and landscaping technique.
In other words, we take the concept of tree service to new heights. For us, the science behind tree care and the art of maintaining the beauty of your property are inseparable. Our tree trimmers aim to show both you and your trees the utmost respect.
Our company can handle any size or quantity of trees and we offer a full guarantee of our work. The following is a list of our services offered to customers in North DFW including Prosper, Celina and the Little Elm, TX 75068 area:
- Diagnostic services
- Affordable prices on tree pruning
- Yearly trimming
- Tree removal
- Crown cleaning
- Crown thinning
- Crown reduction
- Shrubbery trimming
- Stump removal
- Stump grinding
- Brush chipping
- Emergency and cleanup services
- Deep root feeding
Honest & Ethical with a desire to please. That's us.
Part of our guarantee is that we do not accept payment before our service is rendered. The reason for this is that we have full faith in our ability to accomplish what you need to have done. If you are not pleased with our finished work, we do not expect you to pay. Our desire is to maintain the integrity of our company by leaving our customers with a happy experience and quality results. Most of our business comes from referral and word of mouth in and around the Little Elm area, so it makes no sense for us to leave our current customers dissatisfied.
On that note, we caution you on hiring any tree company who asks for full or partial payment up front. Even if such a company is offering deep discounts, please do not be swayed. The fact that they require money prior to job completion shows that they do not expect you to be fully satisfied with the result and will be inclined to cut corners. In this case, there is a high probability that such a company will take risky shortcuts which could endanger the health of your trees and property and leave you deeply dissatisfied. Our plants and ground covers are purchased locally through Dallas Wholesale Nursery.
Our coverage area also includes smaller suburbs like Oak Point, Savannah, Providence Village, Corinth and more:
Buying a tree? An often difficult decision to make when choosing a tree is what size to buy. If you are considering a tree mainly for ornamental purposes, such as a flowering dogwood, cherry, redbud or crab apple, we recommend that you start with a relatively small specimen, not over 6 feet tall. Not only are small trees less expensive than larger ones, but they are easier to plant yourself, a further savings. And, too, there is something special about a tree you have planted yourself; you can watch with pride as it grows from year to year. Our tree trimmers can help with this process.
Choosing the initial size of a shade tree, however, involves other factors. The most important of these factors is the buying of time. The purpose of a shade tree is to provide shade, and as soon as possible. Unlike a purely ornamental tree, it must have some height and spread to do its job. At minimum it should be an 8 to 10 foot tree. We've helped people with this process in Little Elm and surrounding areas like Lake Lewisville, Oak Point, Lake Dallas, Corinth, Frisco and more.
Watering Trees: To get young trees off to a good start, they should be watered once a week during the growing season of the first year after planting. Whenever you water a tree, do it thoroughly, soaking the ground so the moisture will penetrate deep down to the feeder roots. Repeated superficial sprinkling may cause the roots to grow closer to the surface, resulting in a shallow root system that loses effectiveness as an intake system and anchor; in extreme cases gradual erosion may expose these shallow roots.
The best tools for watering are canvas soil-soaking hoses or perforated plastic hoses, both of which release a steady, diffused flow of water that can penetrate deep. Let the water run at low pressure until the soil is saturated down to a level of 1.5 feet. This may take several hours. If you use a perforated plastic hose, face the holes down so the water will seep directly into the soil instead of shooting upwards wastefully. Ordinary garden hoses may be used alone if you keep the flow slow enough so the force of the stream will not bore a hole in the ground, washing away the soil and exposing roots.
One final tip: If you want shade so that you can begin to enjoy outdoor living in summer ASAP, consider investing in a tree that is at least 20 feet tall with a spread of 15 feet or more. A tree of this size can be moved by three or four men from a nursery without the use of special equipment, and the total cost will probably be no more than that of a new refrigerator. And that is a small investment to make for such a large return.