Serving Euless, TX and Surrounding Areas - Welcome to Justin's Tree Service
Fully Insured - Local Mid-Cities Tree Trimming Professionals - Stump Grinding - Commercial + Residential Trimming
Call us locally at (817) 721-1507 for a complimentary consultation in DFW
Justin's Tree Service of Euless, TX goes the extra mile to ensure you are happy with all tree trimming and cutting work performed. Our local company offers:
-Yearly maintenance + emergency tree service -Trimming, removal and cutting -Stump grinding and tree stump removal -Free quotes and friendly, personal service
Call us anywhere in the mid-cities and DFW to get started 24/7 - (817) 721-1507!
The best tree removal experts in Hurst, Euless, Bedford TX
Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Info:
Magnolia tree: The magnolia is a very stately native tree to Texas. It should be used as a focal point in the landscape in most cases and is common in north Dallas and DFW. The magnolia is not a good shade tree, however. Nothing will grow under it, as many homeowners have discovered, so it's best to let magnolia branches go to the ground. Give it plenty of room for growth and keep it away from your roof and gutters.
Mesquite trees (Prosopis glandulosa) - Marked by a great branching structure, this native Texas tree has light, lacy foliage and can thrive in very dry parts of the state. To encourage the health of existing mesquite trees, avoid irrigating them.
Crape Myrtle: This is Texas' most colorful ornamental tree with summer flowers of white, pink, red and lavender. An often overlooked attribute to this very popular specimen is its fall color. One problem with crape myrtles is that many people want to plant very small trees. After weed eaters get through whacking the bases and uninformed pruners whack the tops, there's nothing left.
Crape myrtle info (continued) The bark is very tender, so weed eaters should not be used. The best pruning practice for crape myrtles is to leave them alone in winter. Our arborist is here to help with all pruning needs in Euless!
Tree health: Staying away from the root system (and away from roofing) and leaving the grade and the drainage pattern intact are essential to a tree's health. Although a tree's roots grow out far beyond the drip line of the foliage, protecting the area from the drip line to trunk will give your home's trees a good chance of blooming.
Installing a physical barrier such as a wire fence is a good way to keep foot traffic to a minimum. Since buying new trees is very expensive, it's best to prune and continue maintenance on your existing ones. We have a genuine care and love of trees and look forward to helping your yard look beautiful for years to come with yearly maintenance. Contact us.