1. Parts of a Tree’s Trunk

    In our last blog post, we discussed the parts of a tree. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the parts of a tree’s trunk (yes, there’s more than just the bark!). Halo Tree Service offers the best tree services in Troy. From stump removal to tree trimming, we can help with all of your tree needs. Continue reading, and then call us for your next tree service job! PARTS OF A TREE’S TRUNK …Read More

  2. Parts of Trees

    There are a lot of parts that make up trees, just like humans are made of a lot of parts. In this blog post, we’ll examine the major parts of trees and how they combine to make a tree happy and healthy. Halo Tree Services in Rochester offers the best tree trimming, tree removal, and other tree services. We are passionate about keeping trees healthy and thriving so they can continue to beautify o…Read More

  3. How Does a Tree Grow?

    Could you describe how a tree grows? While this question might seem intuitive, you'd be surprised how many people can't. In this blog post, we’ll tell you exactly how a tree grows. Halo Tree Service in Macomb offers tree trimming, stump removal, tree pruning, and other tree services, such as deadwood removal and shrub removal. We’re passionate about maintaining the health of your residential a…Read More

  4. Common Trees Found in Macomb Part 2

    In our last blog post, we discussed some of the common trees found in Macomb. Today we’ll discuss more common trees found in Macomb. Halo Tree Service offers the best tree trimming and shrub and stump removal. We offer emergency services and focus on tree cutting that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but is also healthy for your trees. Contact us today for all your Macomb tree service needs! …Read More

  5. Common Trees Found in Macomb Part 1

    Michigan is a beautiful state, full of some of the nation’s best National Forests, providing a great habitat for plants and animals. The shrub layer, or lower layer of the forest is full of small shrubs and bushes, while the upper story or canopy is full of broad leaves and branches that offer shelter to the world below. Macomb is blessed with many beautiful types of trees. Halo Tree Service in …Read More

  6. The Best Tree Species For Attracting Birds- Part 2

    Back for more? Halo Tree Service believes that it’s a part of our community duty to help our neighbors in Macomb keep our area richley clothed with foliage and beautiful tree growth. We’re passionate about trees and how they add to a landscape’s appearance. Trees are about more than just the aesthetic of our neighborhood, though. They’re also crucial pieces of our daily ecosystem, which i…Read More

  7. The Best Tree Species For Attracting Birds

    There’s a reason that little chirping birdies are some of the most calming sounds of nature. They’re right up there with the gentle lull and pull of the sea and they make the air seemingly smell sweeter. When the birds start to chirp, it means it’s finally spring, and the world is opening up. Spring means fresh green buds on all the trees, flowers, mown grass and morning dew that chills the …Read More

  8. The Perfect Front Yard Tree

    Trees aren’t just gorgeous compliments for your yard and living space. When you’re done with your Macomb home and ready to move on, you’ll need something to draw buyers in, often times that’s your front yard. There’s a reason people love hedges and big trees in the front yard, it’s because they increase the value of a house. In fact, most home improvements that improve the lives of tho…Read More

  9. When Should I Invest In Tree Trimming?

    There are so many folks who feel the weather cooling off and start to go inside more often. They begin to clean to prepare for the influx of visiting relatives and friends. They bolster themselves against the upcoming onslaught of activities and responsibilities that the holidays and winter bring as a whole and they turn their eyes to their trees. That branch could go, the shape seems lacking in s…Read More

  10. Pro Tips For Pruning and Tree Trimming

    It can be easy to think you’re a master gardener. Read a few gardening blogs that teach you how to pinch off undesirable branches and other imperfections, and suddenly you’ve purchased a shiny pair of pruning shears that can really do some damage. If you’ve ever tried to pluck your eyebrows, you know that you get caught up with just pulling different pieces off and then, suddenly, you only h…Read More