Is It Time To Make A Change?Local tree and log service

Trees are beautiful, especially when they begin to change as the seasons pass us by. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing to admire, but they can provide shelter to your home and your yard as well. It’s inevitable, though – eventually your trees and shrubs can die and when they do, they tend to become more of a hassle than they are worth.

Make Your Trees An Asset, Not A Liability

If you have a dead tree or shrub you need to get rid of, contact the experts at Halo Tree Service. Dead trees not only disturb the beauty of your landscaping, but if they are not taken care of, they can present potentially dangerous problems as well. As branches rot and decay, they may fall off, harming electrical wiring, your property, or even people. Get started with preventative tree removal measures today!

At Halo Tree Service, our goal is to make the tree removal process as straightforward as possible, leaving you with a clear yard to enjoy. For more than 15 years, we have been dedicated to helping our Shelby Township and Metro Detroit customers by providing them with services to ease their landscaping needs.


Whether you have been meaning to get rid of your tree for quite some time now or you recently ran into an emergency situation, we believe in taking care of everything needed for safe tree removal from start to finish. We pay attention to the small details and provide an impeccable clean-up, so you can rest easy in knowing we will take excellent care of your property.

When tree and shrub removal is necessary, you know who you can turn to. Contact us today for your free estimate and price comparison.

Tree and Shrub Removal 

Our Tree Removal Services Better In Winter? 

By now, you’ve likely found out that trimming trees in the winter is the best scenario for keeping your trees healthy and beautiful throughout the year whether they’re frost dusted, dripping in orange and red leaves or brightening the area with glittering green foliage. After all, when you trim during the winter, you’re cutting down on the spread of tree diseases between species, encouraging a better shape from your branches, and helping create a better structural integrity for your tree. But where does that leave us if we find that your tree likely won’t come out of dormancy when we come to do our winter trim and maintenance? 

Because we can better assess how the tree is doing and how much of a hazard it could be during the winter due to lack of leaves, we might have to break the news to you that you need to pull up the tree and start fresh with a new one. This is an easier diagnosis to make in the winter and most importantly it’s easier for us to tell if we can salvage the tree in the winter than it is in the warmer months. 

Mainly, the real advantage is that we can really limit the damage to the surrounding ground and landscape if we do have to move forward with removing the tree. Since the frozen ground is harder, it rips upward in a fashion that’s closer to paper than like a crumbling cliff. This can help us keep the damage to your surrounding area down and under control. We also require bigger equipment for tree removals, which also won’t be able to harm your surrounding landscape quite as much as they would in warmer months as everything is frozen over and packed hard in the earth.