Request Your Free, No Obligation Quote

Average rating of 5.0 out of 5 stars from 18 reviews. 5.0 Read Google Reviews


Caring for your trees can be difficult, but it’s an essential part of keeping your lawn looking healthy and beautiful. Taking care of your trees is not only time-consuming but also difficult without professional training, as most people don’t know how to tell when a tree is infested with dangerous pests or sick with some kind of plant-killing disease.

Unfortunately, our Tarrant County area climate is tough on trees, so your own attempts of tending to the trees in your yard may fall short. That’s why Trees Hurt Too Inc. has professional arborists (tree doctors) on staff that can tend to your trees with industry-proven and effective methods for maintaining and resurrecting tree health.

Typically, tending to trees requires dangerous chemicals and perfectly timed treatments, and some treatments even endanger the grass, other plants, and even people who want to enjoy your yard.  However, our commitment to protecting your health and your lawn forces us to find more innovative ways to protect your lawn, your trees, and your health at the same time.

A beautiful home with green grass and Trees Hurt Too in the front yard.


Our professional arborists use two methods of tree protection depending on your particular property needs: dormant sprays (described on our Tree Care page) and microinjection technology. While dormant sprays have been used for thousands of years, microinjection technology is cutting edge tree protection that can last up to two years.

Our trained arborists inject an IV into the vascular tissue of the tree, carrying the pesticide throughout the tree for two years, killing off any of the pests and diseases hurting the tree. We use the same treatment for most of the Tarrant County area trees (including oak trees) because it protects against borers, which are a common scourge to the trees in our region.

It even cures trees of borers if they have an existing problem. Plus, our microinjection technology also wards off the dangerous oak wilt disease, which is a vascular condition that threatens a majority of oak trees in Texas.

Microinjection technology is also effective in treating the following conditions that plague Texas trees:

  • Micronutrient deficiencies
  • Fire blight (bacterial infection)
  • Vascular fungal problems
  • All types of insect pests


In order to ensure customer satisfaction every time, our tree injection process follows a three-step plan and only utilizes the most effective organic treatment methods in the industry.


A close up of a leaf with green spots treated by TX | Trees Hurt Too, Inc.
Once you call us about your desire to protect your lawn and trees from pests and diseases, one of our Licensed Plant Health Care Professionals will come to your property for a thorough inspection and free consultation. We’ll come out at your earliest convenience.


A man is working on a tree in a park with Trees Hurt Too.

Once we agree upon a course of treatment, we’ll use our microinjection tree care technology to provide protection for your trees that lasts up to two years. We’ll inject specific solutions into at-risk trees based on which kinds of problems you’re facing and what kinds of trees you have.


A man and woman looking at a tablet in a kitchen while discussing Tree Injections In Tarrant County, Inc.
Since treatments last for two years, there is usually no need for a follow-up appointment. However, if you begin to suspect one of your trees is infected, then we’ll come back out to the property at no charge. Our other on-going service packages also include free tree inspection for members.


With the health of your lawn and family on the line, do you want to trust any of the numerous pest control companies in the area, or do you want to trust the company that specializes in professional lawn treatments? Our Licensed Plant Heath Care Professionals are arborists who are highly-trained in the most innovative tree injection methods that will not only keep your trees safe from pests and diseases but will also ensure a safe and healthy lawn for your family.


As pests and diseases attack the trees in your yard, they’re also attacking your own health (not to mention your budget). Sick trees are much more likely to die and fall in the yard or onto a building, causing expensive damage that may not always be covered by insurance. Plus, sick trees attract local pests that would love to invade your yard before coming into your home causing a myriad of other problems affecting the well-being of your house and your family.

At Trees Hurt Too Inc., we offer free consultations because our customers come first. We’re never going to suggest any treatments you don’t need just to make more money, but we’ll always put the health of your lawn, home, and family above all else. It won’t cost you anything for us to inspect your property, so why wait? Your healthy, beautiful yard is just a phone call away. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation to diagnose sick trees or potential risk factors on your property.

Do your trees require some special care? We can help!


Garden tools line icon, global vector graphics, a linear pattern on a gray background, eps 10.


Learn more about our lawn care offerings.

An outline of a tree on a gray background by Trees Hurt Too.


Learn more about our tree care offerings.

A water drop icon on a black background representing the commitment of Lawn Care In Tarrant County, Inc., TX to Tree Health and Sustainability through their "Trees Hurt Too" campaign.


Learn more about our moisture management services.

A guaranteed line icon of a flower in a pot.


Learn more about our ornamental care services.

Our Texas Service Area


Stay informed about pests and pest related issues in your area!

Effective Pest Control: Mosquito Tips for Tarrant County, TX

A mosquito resting on human skin against a blurred green background with sunlight in Tarrant County.

With warm weather, Texas summers bring long days, backyard barbecues, and unfortunately: mosquito season. These tiny pests can turn outdoor […]

Fungus and Other Common Tree Diseases in North Texas

Close-up of a powdery mildew-infected maple leaf on a branch, with visible white fungal spots, typical of tree diseases in North Texas, set against a blurred green background.

There is a diverse array of trees in the state of Texas standing tall, showcasing the beauty and resilience of […]

Tree Care Tips for Hot Weather and Extreme Heat in Tarrant County

A peaceful park scene in Tarrant County with lush green trees benefiting from tree care tips and a picnic table on a sunny, hot weather day.

In the sprawling landscapes of Tarrant County, trees stand tall as guardians of beauty and much needed shade. These giant […]


Scroll to Top