Welcome to My Houston Tree Service!

an arborist cutting a blue spruce down



Thanks for accessing My Houston Tree Service on the web at this site. We offer the best tree services in the greater Houston area and this side of Texas. On this site, you can find out about the services we offer, our background, and more.

On this page in particular, you will find an overview about our mission as a tree service as well as some testimonials from real customers about the work that we do.

Our Mission

First, we want to lay out what our mission and vision is here at our lovely tree service. Above all, we want to provide friendly and affordable service to our customers. This means several things. For one, it means that we believe in serving our clients to the best of our abilities at the lowest price possible. This may seem like a cliche sort of thing to say, but in reality, many services and companies will say they want to do these things but not actually follow through in their actions. As the age old adage says, they can talk the talk, but they can’t walk the walk.

We, however, make it our number one priority to ensure that you are getting the best possible service out there. To make things even better, we have very competitive pricing that will knock all of the other businesses in the area out of the park.

Because we are committed to service and affordability, we will make sure to beat out any other competitors in the area. If you get a quote from another company that is lower than ours for the same service, let us know and we will charge ten percent less than whatever our competitors charge.


We’re confident about the quality of service that we provide to our customers. As a result, we are both grateful and encouraged by the response that we get from our clients. Below, you can read a little bit about our company in the words of our own customers.


“If I ever need any more things done to trees on my property, I won’t hesitate to call My Houston Tree Service again. I’ll tell you why….

For the longest time, I would get up in the morning and go to look out my window to see our lovely pool in the backyard. However, I wasn’t able to do so because of these tree branches that were blocking the view. I was unhappy with this for several reasons. For one, I wanted to be able to see how nice our pool looked in the backyard. Secondly, I wanted to be able to see my kids playing in the backyard or in the pool to make sure that they were safe.

I decided to shop around for quotes to see what it would cost to get some major branch cutting done in my backyard. After calling My Houston Tree Service, I was very confident to go with them. They were very kind and informative.

They showed up on time, got the job done quickly and cleanly, and did everything for a very affordable price! I could not be happier with My Houston Tree Service.”


Learn More

If you’re interested in checking out other tree services affiliated with us around the country, you can learn more here!

Westland – http://westlandtreeserivce.com/

Wixom – http://oakstreeservices.com/

Real Or Artificial – Which Christmas Tree Is Best For You?

Nothing states Christmas quite like an evergreen, fully worn your living room with its lights shimmering away merrily on a dark snowy night.

The delight that kids and adults alike draw from bringing the tree into the house, decorating it, enjoying it throughout the twelve days of Christmas (or longer) and finding presents underneath it on the big day makes it well worth buying a good quality tree.

Once upon a time, there was only one option, however nowadays families are confronted with a problem, do they purchase an artificial Christmas tree or a real one?

Both types have their own advantages and drawbacks, so perhaps, in the end, it’s down to personal preference as to which sort of tree you pick for your house this Christmas, however, figures do reveal that more and more houses are investing in a synthetic tree.

Synthetic Christmas trees were first made in nineteenth-century Germany and were extremely different to the synthetic trees these days.

Originally they were produced from wood or goose plumes and painted green, brush bristles were later on presented as a more reasonable alternative, however it wasn’t up until much later on that synthetic Christmas trees came anywhere near looking like a genuine tree.

The intro of PVC or PE plastic trees provided a substantial advance in quality and realism, although the manufacture of aluminum and fiber optic trees supplied a rather obvious move in the opposite instructions.

The PVC and PE plastics utilized in contemporary trees is generally recycled, is fire retardant and there has been a relocation far from the lead-based manufacture of old, which implied that some trees might even become harmful over a period of years.

Naturally, when we buy an artificial tree cutting is an investment, we will bring the tree out, again and again, each year for use at Christmas time, whereas a genuine tree will frequently serve once and after that be disposed of or recycled.

Needle drop is a concern with real trees too, even needle drop trees can make a mess on your carpets that has to be tidied up and tree disposal can often be a little bit of a headache.

The process of setting up a genuine tree in your home can take a little more effort than with an artificial Christmas tree, and once again, needles will invariably fall during the procedure.

One benefit genuine trees did have their plastic equivalents was the aroma of pine that fills the room once the tree ends up being resident. There is absolutely nothing rather like that revitalizing, yet comforting smell that just screams “Christmas!”.

However, modern-day synthetic trees even come with scent built-in, giving you whatever that a genuine tree does however without the downsides.

However simply how reasonable are these artificial trees?

High-quality synthetic trees are so reasonable that you really would have to stand extremely close, feel the needles and smell the tree to identify it from a real one, but even then it can be really difficult to inform, with ever more sensible needles, pine fragrances, and extremely realistic branches.

A lot of synthetic trees are based on either a hinge or hook concept, with the primary trunk being seated in the stand, similar to a real tree, and branches either folding out on hinges or being hung from it by means of hooks.

Setting up a synthetic tree takes a matter of minutes; even the huge ones with the trunks split into numerous parts are quick and simple to put together, typically coming complete with color coded instructions, making the job even much easier for the tree dressers.

And if you’re not too keen on tree dressing, part of that task can be avoided too, with pre-lit trees readily available to take the effort from decorating with your own lights and some trees even coming pre-prepared with a dusting of snow to offer you a head start at Yuletide.

With the alternatives readily available now, whether you go with a genuine tree or a synthetic one is actually is a matter of individual preference.

If the procedure of having a real tree and preparing and embellishing it yourself appeals, it’s nice to have the more conventional choice offered and it’s excellent to understand that almost all Christmas trees are now grown and gathered sustainably.

But for those people who want to make Christmas as fast and simple as possible with the minimum of mess and tension, then synthetic Christmas trees are certainly the way to go.