An Arborist for Every Tree

Our ISA Certified Arborists are trained to inspect and maintain each tree based on its individual needs and conditions. A healthy tree starts with a proper inspection and maintenance program. Whether it’s tree trimming, treatments, cabling, air-spading, or a tree fertilization program specific to your tree and soil, Complete Landsculpture’s arborists are on hand to help you enjoy your trees for years to come. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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Experiencing Storm Damage?

Brown and defoliated trees are popping up all over Dallas as a result from February's winter storm. If your trees aren't looking like they should or you just need a professional opinion give our ISA Certified Arborists at Complete Landsculpture a call.

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Tree Consultation Scheduling Assistant

  • Tree Trimming

    Trimming of selective branches throughout the canopy to improve tree safety, health and overall tree vitality. Trimming is done per ISA and ANSI Standards under the guidance of a Certified Arborst.
    The selective removal of one of the following items: dead, dying, or diseased branches, weak branches, sucker growth and water sprouts.
    The removal of the lower branches to provide clearance from the ground or structure and to improve sunlight to the landscape below.
    Selective trimming of longer branches to reduce the overall height or shaping of a tree.
    To remove only branches that are decayed or declining, and are posing imminent danger.
  • Tree Removal

    Full take down of a tree and leaving the stump cut as low as reasonably possible without damage to our equipment. This would include the logs and chips removed from the premises unless other instructions are noted on the proposal.
    Full take down of a tree and the stump of the tree will be ground approximately 12 inches below the surface.
  • Treatments

    Inspection of a tree or trees done by a ISA Certified Arborist from the ground. Tree will be inspected for general tree health, growth, structure, and any potential hazards, insects, diseases, or other potential impacts on the health of your tree.
    IPM is an ecosystem-based strategy that focuses on long-term prevention of pests or their damage through a combination of techniques such as biological control, habitat manipulation, modification of cultural practices, and use of resistant varieties. Pesticides are used only after monitoring indicates they are needed according to established guidelines, and treatments are made with the goal of removing only the target organism. Pest control materials are selected and applied in a manner that minimizes risks to human health, beneficial and nontarget organisms, and the environment.
    We offer tree fertilization programs designed specifically for your tree and your soil. Programs include organic fertilizations, soil enhancements, root growth stimulators, and soil biology boosters.
    Grinding of stumps and surface roots up to 12 inches below surface.
    Treatment of trees for damaging insects or diseases with contact and systemic treatments. Trees can be treated by deep root injection, trunk injection, trunk spray, drench, or foliar sprays.
  • Auxiliary Services

    The installation of hardware such as steel rods and cables into trees that are structurally weak for the purpose of strengthening the tree and prolonging its life.
    The practice of severing roots using equipment designed for that purpose. Roots that are causing damage to structures are pruned and roots that will be impacted by excavation activities may be pruned to reduce the damage inflicted by heavy equipment.