Trees touch and affect everyone’s life. They are a treasure that brings joy to our life. They are also an asset that should be maintained and managed.
Tree Shepherds can help you maintain your trees so that they will bring joy to you and your family for years to come and enhance the value of your property. We are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) so you know you are getting professional care for your trees. We provide professional consultation to you concerning your trees. There are many tree cutting companies that will offer to prune your trees, fertilize, or kill those bad bugs who are not certified with the ISA.
There are very few tree care companies that start with a full evaluation of your trees and give professional recommendations for long-term health and beauty. Tree Shepherds interaction with our clients normally starts with an Arborist Consultation. We charge for this service, but the fee will more than pay for itself. The consultation will be thorough with a written report provided. Your trees may not need pruning this year, or the bugs you’ve been told are killing your trees may not really be a problem. Tree Shepherds may recommend services to you. Most, we do ourselves and on some we will direct you to firms that we believe are the “best in class” for that particular service.
Our goal is not to sell you services, but to give an honest and objective appraisal of the health of your trees and recommendations for their on-going care.
General benefits of using Tree Shepherds:
Educated pruning according to industry best practices
Knowledgeable crews that can give expert advice and answer clients questions on site
Up front honesty about the work and pricing
Master certified arborist (less than 2% of certified arborists receive this)
Free estimates for services
We are based in Highland Village, Texas and primarily serve Denton County and the North DFW areas: Argyle, Bartonville, Carrollton, Copper Canyon, Corinth, Denton, Double Oak, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Frisco, Justin, Krum, Lake Dallas, Lewisville, Ponder, Roanoke, Sanger, Shady Shores, and The Colony