Trees provide both aesthetic and economic value to your home. This value grows with proper care and management of your trees and begins when the trees were installed in the landscape. Heritage Tree Service will ensure that the long-term value of your trees is maximized. Periodically, trees need pruning to maximize their value. They naturally develop dead wood, unruly branch structures, and excess canopy, among other things. These naturally ocurring issues can easily be address to ensure the tree remains healthy and strong.
Our commercial services are designed to help create the most value in tree resources. From apartment complexes to golf courses, properly managed and maintained trees can add significant value to a commercial property. In addition, more and more cities and suburbs are requiring commercial business to play a role in the "urban forest" through tighter controls on trees removal and increased requirements for installation and growth of trees on commercial properties. Regardless of the situation Heritage Tree Service of Texas can help out here.
This Red Oak has been suffering from chlorosis (iron defficiency) for some time. Its cause is a genetic flaw which impairs its ability to take up iron from the soil. Once it gets to this point it's best to remove the tree. Addressing this problem earlier can save the tree.
Please step away from the tree and put your hands in the air! Seriously, this kind of tree treatment should be a crime.
It doesn't take long to figure out this dove made a bad choice of nest locations. Saw this as we worked on a client's trees.
That leaning tree would have driven me nuts too. It had been leaning a while and was rooted in well. After digging a 62" root ball we were able to shift it to a vertical position and water it in. Good to go.
Fenceline cleanup isn't glamorous but it allows trees with potential to develop much nicer canopies and owner to keep better control of the undergrowth and encroachment that results from overgrown boundaries. In this case, the Hackberries that have been freed up will transform over the next 5 years.
A before/after on a nice Live Oak we worked on. The house is on the market and low branches blocked the view of... https://t.co/uGk0KfzR4T
As we trimmed this Live Oak I noticed these girdling roots literally the base of the tree. Over time, as the... https://t.co/BZx09sxiZf
Never know what you might find when you look up. Saw this nest in my Burr Oak and shinnied up for a closer look.... https://t.co/88wpO8vYnp
This has to be the biggest American Elm found in a suburban lawn. It may the biggest I have seen period. Its so... https://t.co/nkGO8ClfWZ
This beast had been a single trunk Bradford Pear that split and was cut off at the ground. You can see the old... https://t.co/m3Z18DKzlU