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Tools That Arborists Use to Get the Job Done

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 @ 11:05 AM  posted by admin

Arborists have important jobs. Like every professional, they have specific tools that allow them to get the job done. These professionals train in planting, caring for, and maintaining trees. They know a lot about tree care. Along with their vast array of knowledge, they have some nifty tools to work with. Each arborist has the freedom of their own choice of tools.

1. Rope Wrench. This one tool has completely changed the way arborists climb. They are a lot safer in trees when using the rope wrench. There’s a lot more consistent friction on the hitch. It may be an unknown tool to the layperson, but it makes an arborist’s job a lot easier.

2. Throwball/Storage. This prevents the climber from having to repeatedly advance their climbing line. This saves time, effort, and energy. It also reduces the number of things that can go wrong when climbing. Arborists can work from the ground up without having to first establish their tie point at the top of the tree.

3. Stihl MS200 Chainsaw. The chainsaws used by the arborist may vary, but the MS200 gets the heavy lifting done so to speak. The goal of any arborist is to make sure all their tools are as effective as possible. The MS200 has a power to weight ratio that many believe is unmated in the industry by any other chainsaw.

4. Safety Items. These include helmet, gloves, hearing protection, eye protection, and chainsaw protective covering. You can throw a safety mindset in the mix. Arborists are aware of overhead power and gas lines. They know who to call out for an inspection before they begin work.

5. Work Harness. A comfortable and safe harness can make all the difference in the world. The best ones are light and durable. They also provide solid back support, gear loops, leg loops, and a sturdy rope bridge. A safe and sturdy harness allows climbers to work with speed and confidence.

6. Handsaw & Pruning Shears. An arborist would be remiss to leave a universal handsaw and pruning shears off the list. Universal handsaws can also be used for pruning and removal of smaller trees. They’re also handy and lightweight to carry around.

7. Saws & Pruners. Saws and pruners are among the top choices for overall dependability. The right tools can help you work the way you want. As mentioned, each arborist has unique abilities. It stands to reason their tools will be unique as well.

What arborist do is often beyond the pay grade of most people.
However, there are always those sturdy souls who like to tackle yard care and maintenance on the weekends. So, whether a professional or an amateur, you’ll still the need the right tools to get the job done safely and effectively. If you find yourself in a jam, call the professionals at Wauson Tree Service.

At Wauson Tree Service, we have over 50 years of experience. We’re family-owned and our prices are tough to beat. That’s because we don’t use middle-men/women to subcontract our work. We can pass on savings direct to customers. Here’s what we offer for tree pruning.

  • Competitive pricing
  • We’re licensed and insured
  • Our arborists are certified through ISA, and we adhere strictly to standards for tree pruning
  • Tree pruning, stump removal, cabling, fertilization, and tree bracing

We think it’s great exercise for anyone to get a little tree pruning done over the weekend. We also know that accidents can happen and offset a person’s entire life. Tree care, the right kind, is hard work. Whatever your tree pruning needs, give us a call and we’re always happy to give you a free quote.

We can be reached at 214.450.8720, or you can email us at

What to Know When Attempting to Prune Trees

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 @ 06:04 PM  posted by admin

Tree trimming is both an art and a profession. Trimming trees is necessary to make sure they remain healthy and free of disease. Trees are trimmed for safety, health, and aesthetic reasons for the most part.


Effective pruning enables a tree to maintain its appearance and shape. The experts know that it’s unwise to impose an unnatural shape on a tree. Too much pruning can cause permanent damage.


Trees, like people, need attention. Just as people schedule doctor checkups, trees need pruning to ward of infection and disease. The experts know how to thin the crown of a tree to help improve airflow. They can also easily identify and fix branches that rub together. What’s even more important is that experts understand trees species. They know what benefits each type and how each should be cared for.


Dead or broken branches can be a safety hazard for humans, animals, and properties. Broken and dead limbs can give way at any time. The experts, arborists, can make a determination if tree limbs are too close to power lines. They also have the tools and skills to remove any branches or limbs that obstruct utility lines.

Tips for Trimming and Pruning Trees

People enjoy getting out in their yard and working for exercise. One has to be fit to do a commendable job. One also has to know a thing or two about tree trimming to do an effective job. Sometimes the job is a little beyond the average person’s pay grade.

  • Learn as much about trees as you can. They should only be pruned during their dormant season. Their dormant season is when growth and development are temporarily stopped. However, if there is a tree hazard concern, the tree should be pruned immediately.
  • Branch size matters. Branches or limbs from 5-10 centimeters in width are okay to remove. Any branches greater than 10 centimeters in width should be removed by an expert. Anything less than five centimeters should be left alone.
  • The experts know that only branches with V-shape, weak, narrow angles should be removed. Branches with strong U-shaped angles should not be tampered with. Branches that extend laterally also have rules for removing or retaining.
  • It’s also best to try and prune branches away when they’re young. Youth makes them much easier to manage. Also, you’ll lessen the danger of leaving permanent scars.

Thinning the Crown

There’s a good reason for letting an expert arborist handle tree thinning. They do it for a living and arrive with years of experience. They know to keep lateral branches evenly spaced. They’ll also look for branches that cross other branches. They’re aware that no more than one-fourth of a tree’s crown should ever be removed.

Safe Tree Pruning

Before making any cuts, it’s always best to locate the branch collar and the branch ridge. The experts know to cut outside the branch ridge. They’ll make sure their cut is angled down and away from the stem. The experts also have a technique for cutting stem branches that are too long. The reality is that expert arborists can save you a lot of time and money. They may also be a deterrent from you hurting yourself. It’s easy to fall off a ladder.

What Does an Arborist Do?

Arborists are trained in the art and science of caring for trees. They have a distinct knowledge beyond that of a lay person. They’re trained and well equipped to get the tough jobs done. They’re skilled in removing stumps, replanting, and cabling trees as well. They can also advise on how to approach underground root removal. They’re also skilled at helping clear properties of tree debris after a storm.

At Wauson Tree Service, we hire only the best arborists to service your tree care needs. They have years of experience. We’ll also make sure that we give you the fairest price possible since we don’t outsource our services.

Our Services

You can rest assured that we’re licensed and insured. Our arborists are certified through the International Society of Arboriculture, which means that we stick to ISA standards. We’re experts at pruning, stump removal, cabling, fertilization, and tree bracing.

Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help preserve your trees. Our number is 214.450.8720. Or you can email us at We’re more than happy to give you a free quote.

A Day in the Life of a Wauson Tree Service Arborist

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 @ 03:12 PM  posted by admin

We understand the value of a surgeon. Just think of an arborist as a surgeon who takes care of trees. Their field is called arboriculture and their job is to maintain a tree’s health. As such, there are a number of different techniques used toward that end. Arborists perform tasks that will ultimately affect the health of trees or shrubs. Such tasks can include pruning, shaping and removing dead or dying limbs and branches. They may also take steps to remove insect infestations or treat disease. Some specialize in treating certain types of trees. Other arborists choose to work with all types of trees in every condition.

At any given moment, an arborist may have his/her chainsaw in hand pruning and cutting limbs to give a tree its best chance at a healthy life—all while making sure property owners are aesthetically pleased. The arborist may decide that older trees need additional support, especially those that have developed multiple leads. Cables may be installed in the hope of holding branches together where there are weak limb joints. Overhanging branches pose a threat to property and life and can be easily removed.

Dense foliage can obstruct views of the property. Deadwood and suckers are removed, and sometimes the work team consists only of one or two crew members. A lot of hauling will be involved—back and forth, back and forth. Large trucks or machinery can impact the soil and are usually avoided. Impacted soil prevents trees from getting needed oxygen. The ancient method of using ropes is the preferred method to climb trees for pruning. Observers will hear the term “heads up” quite often during a pruning job.

December Pruning Tips

We recommend autumn and winter for the best times to plant trees. Of course, that little piece of advice may go against the grain for most people since it’s often more pleasant to plant in the warmer months of spring and summer. Autumn and winter planting gives trees needed time to grow before the onset of summer heat and dry weather.

  • Don’t fertilize with high nitrogen fertilizer during a tree’s first growing season. During the second growing season, it’s recommended to fertilize about four times a year. A slow release fertilizer may work best.
  • Be careful not to plant over hidden underground utilities, or too close to structures.
  • Pruning should be performed, at its earliest, after the first growing season. Of course, broken branches and “faults” should be attended to immediately.
  • Mulching and watering serves to saturate the newly planted tree roots. Continue watering thoroughly for approximately a year and a half with a hose placed in close proximity to newly planted trees.

Taking care of trees is not for everyone. When the going gets tough, you can always count on the professionals at Wauson Tree Service to get the job done. It’s not an easy job, but the one thing you can count on is that our arborists love what they do. They wouldn’t exchange their job for any other in the world. That’s how the arborists at Wauson Tree Service approach the job each day. And they do it with a smile. We’ve been at It for over 50 years and we know trees and shrubs like the back of our hand. We’re insured, family owned and properly licensed. We also make sure that our prices are highly competitive. Since there’s no middleman, we can past savings on to our customers.

Tree pruning, tree and stump removal, bracing and cabling, and fertilization are among our specialties. Call today for a free estimate at 214.450.8720. Email us at

November – Pack Away the Pruning Shears

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 @ 07:11 PM  posted by admin

So what it is about fall that makes people literally thirst to get out in the yard and prune? It just might be all the mulching and raking that’s driving people batty. Sure, you can count on the fact that fall will expose every tree’s imperfections when leaves tumble to the ground. However, before you start hacking trees and shrubs, consider a few tips from the experts who prune for a living.

    1. Trees and shrubs in the fall are ready to go dormant. Pruning during the fall stimulates growth, and this can severely weaken their growth. Let’s say that you prune during a warm day when normal weather is cold. Sap will rise up in the plant. At night the temperature drops below freezing, and it’s not a pretty sight in the morning.

2. Keep in mind that few plants and shrubs require pruning. Trees should usually be pruned during winter or in early spring.

    3. The experts know when proper pruning should occur. They also know that pruning trees and shrubs near the home helps plants and trees to yield more fruit and flowers. This also helps benefit local wildlife. It also helps trees to fight off pests and diseases.

    4. Never prune while it’s wet. The dampness can actually help spread disease because damp weather encourages fast growth of microbes. Sunlight and warmer weathers tends to kill harmful bacteria and microbes that cause disease.

    5. It’s all about knowing when and where to hack. When it’s the proper time for pruning, dead and dying branches are the first to go. Sickly looking branches are next. If there is a smaller branch rubbing against a larger branch, prune the smaller branch and cut it as close to the tree as possible. Cut branches, properly, that protrude out as they can be an entry point for bacterial and disease. The experts know exactly where to prune branches. There are trees that can be pruned from winter until the sap starts flowing once again in spring. The list includes Beauty Berries, Crabapple, Spruce, and Poplar to name a few.

    6. We know we recommended to pack away the pruning shears until spring, but there are always those who will venture out into the backyard during fall and winter months. Make sure your tools are kept clean. This is especially so if you’re cutting diseased branches. Hot water and soap will kill most germs on tools. Wash and dry them well before using to prune from tree to tree.

We also recommend that you get to know the trees and shrubs in your yard. There are actually apps like Leafsnap and Plantifier that can help you identify plants, or trees, in your yard. Yes, there’s an app for everything. In today’s world, there’s really no reason not to stay informed on anything. There’s an infinite amount of information available.

You can always call an expert arborist out to personally take a look at your property and to advise with respect to pruning trees and shrubs.

Why Hire a Certified Arborist?

A fair question indeed. First, an arborist is someone who has achieved a high level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care. They have met the criteria from the nation’s leading experts on tree care. They must also continue to update and upgrade their education to maintain their certification.

At Wauson Tree Service, we have all the bases covered. With over 50 years of exceptional service, and prices that are nearly impossible to beat, we deliver the type of services our customers can depend on. And we do it within their budget. Give us a call today to learn more about our services.

Give us a call today at 214.450.8720. Email at

More Summer Pruning Tips

Wednesday, August 10, 2016 @ 02:08 PM  posted by admin

Pruning is one of the most beneficial things you can do for trees or gardens. Just keep in mind that it has to be undertaken very carefully. Pruning can help stimulate growth and the shape of trees, flowers and shrubs. Plants, like trees, require certain types of pruning techniques for them to remain strong and healthy. This is one of the reasons that pruning is sometimes best left to the experts. If pruned improperly, trees and plants can be severely damaged.

Tip #1. How much pruning is needed depends on how fast a tree or plant is growing. You also have to take into consideration how crowded the branches are. Removing dead or dying branches is always the best starting point. If you’re unsure if a branch is dead or alive, simply take your fingernail and scrape the bark. If it’s green under the bark, the branch is alive and well. A dying branch will appear brown or gray.

Tip #2. Conduct a little “thinning”. This removes branches that are splitting from the trunk. A pair of lopping shears will do nicely.

Tip #3. Conduct a little “shearing”. This takes some expertise because you’ll need to create formal hedges that are precise and even sided. Hedge trimmers will work nicely.

Tip #4. Conduct a little day-to-day pruning. This happens to be one of the simplest methods of pruning. All that is needed is a pair of shears to trim small branches and stems etc.

Tip #5. Never prune during heat waves and droughts. It will cause stress on your trees or shrubs. Wait until the temperature is moderate.

Tip #6. Never prune when it’s raining. You could become a human lightning rod, which can end up bad. To avoid fungal diseases, let your trees dry out for 48 hours at minimum.

Tip #7. Make it a point to always prune dead or dying branches or limbs. Dispose of the limbs in a plastic bag.

Tip#8. When pruning weeping trees, remember to vary the cut lengths. Make some shorter, and some longer. This gives the tree a natural and feathered look.

Tip #9. Always make sure to use clean landscaping tools. It’s not a bad idea to dip your tools into bleach before cutting on a new tree. Bacteria and disease can be easily spread.

We always admire those who get out into their yards for exercise. It’s a good thing to have pride in your yard’s appearance. However, we do suggest that you rely on professional arborist to assist when the going gets tough.

At Wauson Tree Service, we have years of experience in providing exceptional tree services for our community neighbors. We offer competitive pricing, we’re insured and licensed, we’re certified, and we provide excellent tree pruning, stump removal, cabling, tree bracing, and fertilization services. Customers know the job gets done when we arrive on the scene. Call 214.450.8720 to learn more about our services. Email at

About Tree Pruning During the Fall

Thursday, November 5, 2015 @ 12:11 AM  posted by admin

You have to wonder what it is about the autumn that makes people want to get out in the yard and prune trees. As such, there’s a lot of raking and mulching going on. Before you start hacking your trees and bushes, step back and consider the following tips.

As you may have heard over and over, “Pruning is good for a tree’s overall health.” Yes, it can improve a tree’s flowering and structure, however pruning is a cut and can harm a tree or bush if it isn’t properly done. This is why professionals who live and breathe the business should always handle the task.

    1. Be careful of pruning in the fall even though falling leaves have exposed every imperfection imaginable in your trees and bushes. Fall pruning can actually stimulate growth and that’s a bad thing during this special time of year. You see trees, and some plants, are actually trying to go dormant and interrupting their cycle can weaken them severely. A professional arborist knows this and can make the right adjustments if pruning is absolutely necessary during fall.

    2. Pruning, when done correctly, can help the flowers and trees on your property produce more fruit or flowers; and that’s always a good thing. Correctly pruned trees and shrubs allow trees and plants to turn their backs on disease. Late winter or early spring is the time to give your trees and plants a haircut. If you’ve got that urge to prune during the fall, fight it.

    3. We’re betting that 99% of the people didn’t know that pruning trees when it’s damp can spread disease faster. Microbes love wet weather conditions. Professional arborists love working when the sun is out. If your tree trimmer arrives in wet weather, well, close the door and wave goodbye through the window. Dry and sunny weather kills molds and bacteria.

Your professional tree pruner knows that pruning allows sunlight and air to filter through trees and shrubs—keeping them healthy. They’ll remove dead or dying branches first and they know how to handle branches that rub against each other and that grow vertically. Arborists know what to cut, and when to cut it. They know trees and which ones can be pruned from winter until the sap starts flowing again. Birches, dogwoods, walnuts and elm trees prefer summer pruning.

Arborists also know the importance of keeping tools clean. They thoroughly clean their tools when moving from one tree to the next, or before starting a new job. Dirty tree-trimming tools are an easy way to spread disease.

Call the professionals at Wauson Tree Service for a free estimate. Call today at 214-450-8720 or you can email us at We can get the job done on time and within budget.

Got an Urge to Prune Tress and Shrubs This Autumn?

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 @ 04:09 PM  posted by admin

There’s just something about this time of year that makes people want to get out in the yard and rake and mulch. It’s just that the fall may not be the best time for weekend-warriors to prune shrubs and trees, and here’s why.

In the fall, some tree and plant species are attempting to go dormant. The wrong type of pruning can stimulate growth, and this can weaken trees and plants. Pruning on a warm fall day causes the tree’s sap to surface. If it drops below freezing during that night, the frozen sap can damage the tree.

The Upside of Fall Pruning

  • For professional arborists, the best time to prune trees may be late fall and winter. These professionals know how to work with trees that are in a dormant stage. Here’s why it’s important to hire a certified arborist.
  •  While dormant, trees are less susceptible to disease and insect infestation, which can both affect an open pruning wound. Arborists are careful not to damage trees.
  • Dormancy allows a tree to focus its healing energy. In the spring and summer, a tree spends much of its energy in growing leaves and branches. Arborists can use this knowledge to their advantage.
  • Dormancy gives an arborist a better view of the tree, making it much easier to see where limbs and branches should be pruned.
  • Arborists are professionals who are familiar with safety rules. For the inexperienced, injuries can easily occur from falling branches and limbs. Branches and limbs can be surprisingly heavy.

Little things, like torn bark, can leave a tree damaged. This especially holds true if it’s a large tree. Fall and winter should be the time of year that gives your trees a needed fresh start for spring. Spring brings the light and water that will help your trees grow more uniformly. Proper pruning allows a tree to take its proper shape and reveal its beauty come spring.

At Wauson Tree Service, we know how the urge can hit to get out in your yard and clean up all the summer neglect. We just don’t want you to harm yourself or your trees in the process. Call the professionals at Wauson Tree Service for a free estimate. Call today at 214-450-8720 or you can email us at



Why Hire a Tree-Trimming Service?

Monday, August 12, 2013 @ 02:08 PM  posted by admin

Trimming trees can sometimes be a challenge even for those who do it for a living. If you attempt it yourself, the final result may be a landscape that looks terrible. Worse, you could end up with an injury that costs you time and money. So, how do you find the right company to service your tree-timing needs?

Finding the Right Company

Finding the right tree-trimming service isn’t as difficult as you might think. First look for a company that offers years of experience, like Wauson Tree Service. Look for an organization that hires only certified arborists–professionals who know your tree-care needs like the back of their hand. At Wauson Tree Service, we guarantee our customers satisfaction and we offer a wide range of commercial and residential tree services for residents in the Dallas area. Customers choose our services because they know we stand by our work 100 percent.

Why a Professional Tree Service Matters

Hiring a professional arborist matters because neglected or improperly trimmed trees can hurt your landscape in a number of ways. A lack of visual appeal would be the most obvious reason. The most critical reason to hire professionals would be to remove the threat of serious injury. Injury to people or animals can result in lawsuits that could set you back financially for years to come.

You could also end up injuring yourself. Tree trimming is no easy task and can be dangerous work. The larger the tree, the more difficult it can be to prune, maintain or remove. Big jobs may require big equipment to complete jobs safely, on time and on budget.

What You Can Expect from Wauson Tree Service

The arborists at Wauson Tree Service can give you a free estimate and assess all your tree-pruning needs, taking into account both the trees and surrounding landscape. We’re committed to doing a safe job and leaving your property in great shape.

  • Only certified arborists will service your property
  • We can provide proof of insurance
  • We are fully licensed in the state of Texas
  • We can provide excellent references about the quality of our work
  • We have numerous industry accreditations
  • We’re rcommitted to your safety and others
  • We’re a cut above the competition

Do You Really Need a Tree Trimming Service?

If you’re not quite sure, it could be time to call the professionals at Wauson Tree Service who can give you a free quote. We’ll analyze the health of your trees, the condition of your landscape, and give our professional opinion about whether our services can benefit your property. Remember, our estimate is free with no obligation. Give us a call at 214-450-8720 or you can email at





Great Tips for Pruning Trees and Shrubs in the Dallas Area

Thursday, May 30, 2013 @ 02:05 PM  posted by admin

As anyone knows, pruning has the ability to alter the growth and form of any tree. You might even consider pruning as a form of preventive maintenance. If you’re a weekend pruner, or even an expert, numerous tree and shrub problems can be prevented if you know how to prune correctly.

Top Reasons for Pruning 

  •  One of the most important reasons to prune is for the health of your trees and shrubs. Just think of pruning as a major way to promote tree and plant health. Pruning can accomplish the following:
  • Removal of dying or dead branches – Branches can be dead or damaged as a result of things like disease, insect infestation, animal interference or mechanical damage caused by humans.
  • Removal of branches that are rubbing together – Rubbing branches can be harmful to trees for several reasons: a tree’s natural shape can be altered and weak branches are encouraged to develop. Rubbing branches can also promote suckering.
  • Encouragement of fruit and flower development – Pruning dead or diseased branches allows the rest of the tree to absorb greater nourishment.
  • Enhancement of bush or tree appearance – Landscape appearance is quite essential to a bush or tree’s usefulness. Plant and shrub sizes can be controlled and structures can be removed that take away from the overall aesthetic appeal.
  • Protection of property and people – Trees can be hazardous to your health if they’re damaged or diseased. Rain, wind or snow can cause branches to weaken and break. If someone is injured while on your property, you could be held liable. Trees can block walkways, street signs and parking areas. They may have to be removed by professionals. Branches that interfere with street lights and traffic signals should be removed by your local city or county departments.

Start Pruning at the Time of Planting

As you know, pruning can be one of the best forms of preventive maintenance young trees and plants can receive. When pruned at an early age, young trees and plants can develop sturdy structures. If you wait too long to prune, it may be a challenge to remove larger branches or thick brush growth. And worse, your trees may actually become deformed from neglect.  While pruning shrubs may not be as critical or required as much work as pruning trees, the same principles of pruning can be used.

If the job of pruning seems too big of a challenge, Wauson Tree Services is only a phone call away. Having been in business for over 50 years, we have a lot of experience and knowledge to share concerning all your pruning needs. We’ve served the Dallas area for a myriad of tree services, including stump removal, cabling, bracing, and even fertilization. So, there’s no job, big or small, that we can’t handle. We employ arborists who are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture.  Don’t hesitate to call us for a free quote.

Give us a call at 214-450-8720, or you can email at



May Pruning Tips for Backyard Warriors

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 @ 02:04 PM  posted by admin

If you enjoy getting out in the yard and pruning trees and shrubs for fun, there are a few things you should always keep in mind.


Trees and shrubs are pruned for a reason. It can often be to remove branches that have the potential to cause injury or damage to your property. Or, it could simply be to remove branches that block views of driveways and streets. Before pruning, or even planting trees, keep in mind how they might grow beyond their original space.


Pruning your trees or shrubs for their health means you’ll have to be on the lookout for diseased or infected wood, crowns that need thinning to increase air flow, removing branches that cross or rub together, or removing broken or damaged limbs to assist your tree’s healing process.


Trees, flowers and shrubs all have a natural form and character. And any pruning should be done with this in mind. The goal of pruning is to protect from harm and stimulate growth.

So, before pruning there are a few things to remember:

  • Any cut made has the potential to help or harm your trees or shrubs. Make sure you have a specific purpose in mind before pruning.
  • Prune with the proper technique. Careless pruning can cause permanent damage. A pruning saw can work miracles, or wreak havoc. Trees simply do not heal the way that people do. Few people realize that tree wounds never truly heal. A tree will grow over and compartmentalize the wound. And the wound remains within the tree forever.
  • When you make cuts, keep in mind that smaller cuts have less potential for damage than larger cuts. Waiting until a tree is aged may inspire the larger cuts that trees cannot recover from. This is a major reason why proper care for trees in their growth stage is so critical.

The truth is that it is difficult for the average person to properly care for trees and shrubs, no matter how good the intentions. This is why it is important to call the experts at Wauson Tree Service who can handle any tree-service need. With over fifty years of experience, we have the manpower and experience to get the job done, great or small.

Never lose that urge to beautify your property. And feel free to call us if ever the going gets too tough. We’ll drop by and give you a free estimate on pruning tips and what it takes to keep your trees and shrubs looking healthy and young.

Give us a call at 214-450-8720, or you can email at