Bagworm Treatment

Do you have Evergreen, oak, or perhaps cedar trees in your yard that have sacs on the branches? What you are actually seeing is cone-shaped cocoons that host bagworms. Bagworms are insects that infest trees like oak and cedar trees, but primarily make their homes and eat the foliage of Evergreen trees and arborvitae shrubs. Homeowners and business owners tend to not notice them until they see defoliation to the tree. If you have just noticed that your trees are infested with bagworms, call Fort Worth Arborist Co. today at 817-975-0180 for professional bagworm treatment in Fort Worth, TX. We are able to remedy the situation before the bagworms destroy your beautiful trees.


Fort Worth’s Premier Bagworm Treatment Services

For 20 years, we’ve been Fort Worth’s leading company for Bagworm Treatment. 


  • ISA Certified
  • Licensed
  • Insured
  • Friendly
  • Professional
  • ANSI A-300 Standards


Just call us at 817-975-0180


Why Bagworm Treatment?

  • Prevent Damage to Trees and Shrubs
  • Aesthetic Maintenance
  • Cost-Effective
  • Protect Local Ecosystems


Expert Bagworms Treatment Service

We know how much time and work is put into landscaping homes and businesses, so if you find your trees or shrubs infested with bagworms, you can rely on us for quality and effective bagworm treatment for your Fort Worth, TX property. We will be able to determine if the larvae have hatched already or if they are still in their cocoons, which will give us a better idea of what treatment plan to go with. Call us at 817-975-0180 to make an appointment for sick tree help today!


One of our neighbor's oak trees had oak wilt, so we called Fort Worth Arborist Co to have them check our trees for problems. They came out the next week and checked our trees and a number of our neighbors' trees as well. Then we received a detailed report via no charge! Excellent company...would highly recommend them any time.

I have sought FTW Arborist's services multiple times over the years and they never disappoint. Our front trees are maples, not native to Texas. They've...