Tree Service in Oakland County Michigan

Oakland County tree serviceWith winter landscaping tips already given — and spring still a few months away — we wanted to make sure that we highlight a few of our specialized services so that when spring finally does arrive, you will know where to turn for your tree service needs.  Additionally, in the spirit of year-end reviews, we wanted to share with you a sampling of our blog posts from 2011, specifically those that deal with winter care.

Servicing Oakland County – Including Rochester Hills, Bloomfield & Birmingham

Located in Attica, Michigan, Arbor Tree provides residential and commercial tree service for customers throughout Oakland County, Michigan.  With certified arborists on staff, Arbor Tree offers university-trained certified arborists and horticulturists to inspect and diagnose the condition of your trees and shrubs and propose a program specifically for your needs. 


Arbor Tree Service specializes in tree removals, tree pruning, stump grinding, storm damage repair, cable and bracing, root zone fertilizing, lot and land clearing, and insect and disease management.  Arbor Tree Service is both licensed and insured and offers 24-hour emergency storm damage repair service.

2011 Year-in-Review

Michigan Winter Tree Care (November, 2011)

As Michiganders know all too well, winter (and Michigan winters in particular) brings with it cold temperatures, icy winds and snow.  These elements create substantial stress on your trees.  Therefore, it is imperative to give your trees some extra TLC in the winter – and by doing so, you will be rewarded with healthier trees come spring.

Prepare your Trees, Shrubs & Bushes for the Michigan Winter (October, 2011)

With the hustle-and-bustle of the holidays quickly approaching, our team at Arbor Tree Services wanted to share winter preparation best practices that will result in the continued health of your trees, shrubs and bushes during the cold, blustery winter.

Tree Care – Don’t Forget About Watering in the Fall (September, 2011)

Because your plants and trees likely represent substantial investments in your landscaping budget, it is crucial to take the necessary steps to protect these investments from the winter elements.   Not surprisingly, it all begins with watering in the fall.  Such a simple strategy will go a long way in protecting your trees and shrubs from the scorching winter sun and wind.