Key Tree Care Services Available to Residential Customers in Dallas

There is a multitude of chores and DIY tasks around the house and yard that demand your constant attention. However, tree care services like pruning, tree removal, and stump grinding are the kind of jobs best left to the professional tree services for residential customers. At Chippers Tree Service, a professional provider of tree care services in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, we recommend that you consider tree care experts whenever you think your trees need that extra bit of care. While tree service companies perform several tasks, some of the most…

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Are You Looking For Tree Trimming Services in Dallas?

Trimming trees is very different from pruning hedges and shrubs, and may prove challenging even for an avid gardener. The skilled arborists at Chippers Tree Service offering tree pruning service Dallas can help you with their tree trimming services to improve the health and appearance of your trees. Neatly trimmed trees are not only pleasing to the eye but also add to the appeal of an immaculately maintained green landscape. We provide all types of trimming services including removal of diseased or broken branches, removal of deadwood, thinning of growth,…

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Expert Tree Removal Services in Dallas, TX

Several reasons, such as disease, death, safety hazard, and new construction, necessitate the removal of millions of trees from our yards and neighborhoods, each year. We, at Chippers Tree Service, employ skilled and knowledgeable professionals who have been providing expert tree removal services to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex area for the past 15 years. With professional tree removal services, you can be sure of the safety of your property assets in the tree removal process. If you are a homeowner in the Dallas Fort Worth area, you can perhaps choose…

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Summer Tree Cutting Services in Dallas Fort Worth Metro

The heat and humidity of a full-blown Texas summer may get too much for the younger trees in the front yard if not taken care of properly. Prolonged exposure to the scorching heat could lead to stunted growth and decay in newly planted trees. We at Chippers Tree Service believe our professional tree cutting services in Dallas, Fort Worth, and surrounding areas are first-rate, and suitable for everyone who needs summer tree cutting services to take good care of their trees this summer. Trimming Trees in the Summer Some people…

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Why Fall is a Smart Time to Prune Trees

There are a number of reasons for tree pruning; some are safety related, some are to lessen interference with buildings, and some protect the health of the tree. The need for pruning will depend on your own landscape goals as well as the trees themselves and surrounding property. Autumn is one of the best times to identify problem areas in a tree that could benefit from pruning. Stressed foliage often changes color earlier than foliage in the rest of a tree. Arborists can easily see the color change and help…

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Codominant Stems and Reducing Tree Failures

Research shows that trees with multiple (codominant) stems have a higher likelihood of failure than those with a single stem so it is important to address this trait – the earlier, the better. To explain, codominant stems occur when two or more stems grow upward from a single point. This creates a v-shaped crotch that typically indicates a structural issue. A codominant stem with a “V” crotch. Tree trunks need wood tissue to hold the tree up, particularly in windy conditions. When codominant stems exist, there is less direct connection…

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Bartlett Chairman Honored by Massachusetts Horticultural Society

The Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society (MHS) presented the George Robert White Medal of Honor to Robert A. Bartlett Jr., Chairman and CEO of Bartlett Tree Experts, on November 4, 2021 during the Society’s 119th Honorary Medals Dinner. During the ceremony, medals were awarded to individuals and organizations for their contributions to excellence in horticulture for the public good. The George Robert White Medal of Honor was established in 1909 and is among the most distinguished horticultural awards in the United States. The first honoree was Charles…

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Choosing a Tree for Your Landscape

Mistakes are easy to make when choosing a tree. Most of these are related to misinformation regarding a tree’s size when full grown. It’s also common to see mishaps like full-sun plants tucked into shady corners. Planting a tree should be fun and exciting. Unfortunately, mistakes ultimately often lead to disappointment. Planning and careful consideration are not only necessary at the time of planting, but before as well. A successful tree planting starts with the right tree. Advance planning, before you even visit the nursery, will help ensure you choose…

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Buttonbush: A Plant that Thrives in Wet Soils

It’s tough to find garden plants that thrive in wet soils or areas where there is standing water. You want a plant that can live in less than hospitable conditions while also looking great. In these instances, buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis) may be your plant. Buttonbush prefers wet conditions and can even grow in standing water. Characteristics Buttonbush is a small to medium sized shrub that can reach a height of 10 to 15 feet tall with a medium spread of 8 to 10 feet. It is sometimes called button willow,…

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Installing Lightning Protection at Arlington National Cemetery

Bartlett Tree Experts recently participated in the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) annual service event. As part of the event, Bartlett installed lightning protection in some of the historic oak trees at Arlington National Cemetery. Arborist Climber Eli Swadener installed lightning protection on historic oak at Arlington National Cemetery. Eli Swadener, an Arborist Climber from Manassas, Virginia, was quoted in an article, “Renewal and Rembrance Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Two Service Locations,” published by the NALP. Swadener was one of 150 landscape industry professionals who volunteered their time and…

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