Tree Bracing and Cabling
Sometimes Pruning Trees Isn’t Enough to Ensure the Health of Your Property
Pruning by a tree surgeon may not always be enough to keep your property intact for the long term. Even with the best pruning, trees that are structurally unsound may still be a hazard. Arbor Masters® Tree Service can help you keep the structural integrity of your trees through cabling and bracing services. We’ve been the experts in this delicate science since 1956 and we can help you.
Why is Tree Bracing Necessary?
When pruning trees doesn’t provide enough protection, we can provide alternative plans using tree bracing or cabling to help restore your trees to optimum health. Arbor Masters® Tree Service uses these two techniques to extend the life of a tree that has structural problems caused by neglect or storm damage.
In the early stages of a tree’s growth, proper pruning may have diverted the need for cabling and bracing. However, when the integrity of a tree or limb becomes compromised, cabling or bracing practices may be the best solution.
Why Should I Be Concerned About Tree Bracing?
Storm damage, including lightning strikes can severely compromise their integrity. If left untreated, a tree has the potential to cause damage to your home and surrounding property. An Arbor Masters® tree surgeon can provide the best bracing recommendation for your trees.
How does an Arbor Masters® Tree Surgeon Fix My Damaged Tree?
Our tree surgeon begins by installing steel cables between major limbs. This helps reduce strain from the weight of limbs and leaves, or snow and ice. Once the tree surgeon has identified the compromised limbs of the tree, the installation and cabling can begin.