Our Company

Our ISA certified Arborist has been servicing The Woodlands TX area for more than 15 years. Our mission is to bring the serenity of the woods to the city. The Woodlands has some of the OLDEST and most MAGNIFICENT trees in Texas that require proper maintenance and upkeep to thrive in urban and suburban environments. We offer the most affordable tree care in The Woodlands and will be happy to speak with you about your tree's health problems.

​The Woodlands Arborist is a sister company under the ArborTrue Environmental, LLC trademark and is a nationally recognized arbor company. Our company has helped thousands of residents in Texas, Georgia, Florida, and California. Many of our return customers love the attention we give to them and their property, taking the time to explain their options, and how it will affect the environment. Even after our work is done, we always keep in touch with our past clients to ensure their service was to their absolute approval. We also like to know how the plants and trees are doing as well. Our Woodlands Arborist Service is the right choice for you and your budget. We are competitive and work with the highest of quality and safety, making us the #1 company in Texas.

Our Team

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Bradford Phillips

Owner/Lead Arborist

Brad is a 3rd generation Arborist that has studied under his father and grandfather since childhood. Brad has been pursuing his career in the tree industry for 20 years and is part of the 2% Board Certified Master Arborists in the country. He has studied with Cornell and Harvard University and has several certifications including: Board Certified Master Arborist, TCIA EHAP Certification, Aerial Rescue Certification, NATS Certified in EHAT.

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Brittany Bates

Consulting Arborist

Brittany is an ISA Certified Arborist that has a passion for providing a detailed diagnosis and treatment plans to help the average homeowner have the most affordable tree treatment possible. She is currently involved in an independent study of the decomposer system of trees and how to prevent invasive pathogens.