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Tree Service Arlington TX
We, at Tree Service Arlington TX, provide Arlington TX tree trimming and lawn services. We understand that eliminating a tree is a massive decision and shouldn't be taken lightly. Trees are also heavy and will do major harm if not removed strategically and safely. The techniques utilized for tree removal Arlington differ from tree to tree. Care should be taken into consideration as all the environments and trees will vary. Things such as tree size, age, shape, and whether or not the tree has been harmed by rotting, or insect infestation, all play a crucial job in decision-making regarding tree removal Arlington and any other tree service Arlington. Hacking away and doing it yourself isn't advised because tree removal Arlington TX is a dangerous process you won’t like yourself to get into. Call in a professional who provides quality tree service in Arlington TX for the security of your environment and people around you.
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Premier Businesses in Arlington, TX

Southwest Tree Service
  • • Residential & Commercial Tree Services
  • • Tree Pruning & Landscape Improvements
  • • Storm Damage Clean-Up & Land Clearing
(817) 899-5577
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Camacho Tree Service & Landscaping
  • • Residential & Commercial Tree Removal Services
  • • Tree Pruning, Trimming & Shaping
  • • Stump Removal & Grinding
(817) 454-1636
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BW Insect Control And Tree Care
  • • Residential & Commercial Tree Care Services
  • • Diagnosis, Prevention & Treatment Of Hypoxia, Oak Wilt & Phytophthora
  • • Professional Tree Stump Grinding & Removal
(469) 565-5557
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TreeTop Tree Service
  • • We have two ISA certified arborists on staff!
  • • Free Estimates & Fully Insured
  • • Tree Consulting & Diagnosis
(817) 992-6670
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Things To Do in Arlington, TX

Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday CelebrationMartin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration

Arlington's Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration takes place every January. There are plenty of activities planned at this festival, as well as live music, artwork from area students, and invited speakers that all pay homage to the life and mission of Dr. King. There is also an essay and artwork contest held in conjunction with the festivities.

 
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Six Flags Hurricane HarborSix Flags Hurricane Harbor

A day at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is one sure way to stay cool in the Texas heat! This water park features several exciting water slides and pools as well as a kiddie pool area for the park's smaller guests. The intensity of these rides is fair to medium, meaning that it's perfect for younger kids. Fun attractions include Boogie Beach that features volleyball and music, and a Lazy River where you can float along on a tube at a leisurely pace. Also, don't miss the Hook's Lagoon interactive adventure, too.

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Knapp Heritage ParkKnapp Heritage Park

The Arlington Historical Society is where the past is a present to the future. The staff works hard to continue to preserve the history, stories and events that have gone to shape the Arlington of today. One of Arlington's most historically significant sites is the Knapp Heritage Park. Located in downtown Arlington, this structure offers a glimpse at pioneer life. The park consists of a one-room schoolhouse, a one-room cabin, a dog trot cabin and the Bardin barn. Be sure to look for the general store in James Knapp's law office, as it is a recognized landmark from the Arlington Preservation Society.

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Upstairs GalleryUpstairs Gallery

Arlington's Upstairs Gallery has maintained an impressive forty-year tradition of featuring the work of Arlington-area artists as well as the work of artisans from the surrounding metro-plex. That scope has produced a truly unique collection of work, from the traditional to the modern, presented in various mediums. The gallery also encourages budding artists to follow their muse by offering classes for kids, teenagers and adults over the course of the year.

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