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Dallas Oak Wilt Prevention Services

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WE HELP PREVENT OAK WILT TREE DISEASE

Oak trees are some of the most beautiful trees that grow here in Dallas. Unfortunately, these stately trees are susceptible to a tree disease called oak wilt. A fungal infection, oak wilt affects tree health and causes leaves to discolor and wither. To prevent oak wilt from occurring in the first place, we only provide off-season pruning when absolutely necessary to avoid tree safety hazards, and we treat all pruning sites – as well as wound sites your oak tree may get – with tree dressing and paints. And if you do get a tree that contracts this tree disease, we remove it, which is the only known way to prevent this dangerous infection from spreading.

 

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About TreeNewal

TreeNewal is a tree services company based in Dallas, Texas. We’ve been providing tree care to the Dallas/Fort Worth area for 15 years. This means our ISA-certified arborists, who have specialized training in tree care, have seen a lot of oak wilt in their careers. We know how to prevent it when your oak tree is trimmed for emergency purposes in late spring or the summer, and how to prevent the spread of this unfortunate tree disease when do you have an infected oak tree on your property.

 

Our Services

As ISA-certified arborists, we’re proud to provide a variety of tree services to Dallas residents. We can help you with the following tree care tasks:

  • Oak Wilt Prevention – We prevent this dangerous tree disease by treating all pruning sites and wounds that occur outside of early spring (the ideal and safe time for tree pruning) and prevent its spread by removing infected trees.

 

  • Tree Nutrition – Your oak trees need proper nutrition to grow and thrive. At TreeNewal, our ISA-certified arborists create their own special blend of tree fertilizer to nourish your trees. We can also perform root aeration, if needed, to increase oxygen flow to your tree.

 

  • Tree Pruning – Tree pruning is necessary but in the proper season. We perform routine tree pruning during the early spring to give your oak trees proper shapes and help improve tree health. We only perform off-season tree pruning if a tree is posing a safety risk.

 

  • Tree Health Assessment – If you suspect you have a pest infestation or tree disease – whether you think it’s oak wilt or something else – our ISA-certified arborists can perform a tree health assessment. Our team is specially trained to find the signs of tree infestations and tree disease, as well as come up with a treatment plan for them.

 

  • Tree Installation – If you want to plant new trees or transfer existing ones, we can help. We know all about the species that grow in our area and can plant your new tree so it takes root and matures.

 

  • Tree Emergency Response Team – If you have a tree safety hazard – such as a falling tree or a storm-damaged tree – we can be out ASAP to help you with the threat.

Why Choose Us

Oak wilt is a serious tree disease that you want to prevent because the only known treatment is to remove the infected tree. While fungicides are being experimented with, there’s no definitive answer if they will kill this tree disease or prevent it from spreading. As a team or ISA-certified arborists who have 15 years preventing oak wilt in Dallas, you can trust us with your oak trees’ tree health.

Our Commitment to Quality

We want to both prevent this tree disease and provide you with excellent customer service. As you know, your oak trees need lots of professional tree care, and we want to become the trusted tree services company that you go to for all your tree care needs.

Give Us a Call Today!

To prevent oak wilt tree disease, you need the expertise of an ISA-certified arborist. We have that training and skill set. To reach us, call TreeNewal today at 817-533-8438.

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