For Over Seven Decades We’ve Kept Neighborhoods & Businesses Beautiful and Safe

Since 1937, Parker Tree Service has provided unrivaled, fast and dependable tree removal and maintenance service to thousands of residential and commercial customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

We are not your typical tree service company! In fact, we consider ourselves one of the bigger ones out there. What does that mean to you? If you are a homeowner, odds are you may need a reputable tree service company in the future. We don’t promise to be the only ones out there, but why not go with the best?

We can handle anything from clearing away dead brush or taking on emergency situations like a downed Oak Tree after a bad storm. Parker Tree Service employs a growing stable of certified and insured arborists and each undergoes continuous training. As part of our commitment to you, the company is constanly updating and upgrading its equipment to complete larger jobs in half the time it might take our competitors.

We use everything from bucket trucks to cabling, rigging and good old fashioned hard work to make sure your property is taken care of.

How Grandpa Did It

George “Brownie” Parker began Parker Tree Service in 1937 in Bakersfield, California. In those days, there were no boom trucks (aka, cherry pickers) and the rigging “systems” were just good ropes and knot tying.

Three out of four of Brownie’s four sons, George, Jesse and Joe, became tree climbers too, and the family business became known for its dependability, fairness and hard work ethic.

In 1978, the family moved to Halfway, Oregon, where Jesse Parker continues to operate Parker Tree Service in La Grand, Oregon.

George Parker and his sons, Blake and Nickolas, continue to operate Parker Tree Service with dependability and quality in Texas, located in the DFW Metroplex area.

Joe’s son, Justin, with fond memories of climbing and working alongside dad and grandpa, became a third-generation Parker tree climber and now runs Parker Tree Service in Caldwell, Idaho.

Brownie climbed his last tree at the age of 78. A lot has changed over seven decades, but dedication to the values the company was founded on have not. The Parker family is grateful to its many customers, and looks forward to continued service in the years to come.