Tree Cabling And Bracing
If you have a tree that is having trouble developing then this could be the service that you’re looking for. We’ve walked into many situations where people were not even aware of the fact that their tree’s truck was actually splitting apart and not necessarily branching out naturally. It’s not like we want to add extra support or add cables to every single tree out there. There is a process that we follow to make sure that the trees that we do choose to add cables or braces to will have a good chance of correcting their growth pattern.
Is Cabling & Bracing Worth It?
Cabling or bracing can be a good idea if there is a chance that we are going to be able to correct the growth pattern of a particular tree. The thing is, sometimes the damage to the tree is too extensive and the best option in those cases could be to go ahead and remove it. What we do is proceed to perform an evaluation of the tree when we are called in to help. We’ll then give you a rundown of what we feel can be done and let you know what type of results you can expect.
Do All Developing Trees Need Extra Support?
In many places, you see that all of the young trees that are growing will have some type of extra support tied to them to essentially help in their development process. That’s not a bad thing, but in many cases when it’s not done right the extra support isn’t really helping. Not all of the young trees that you have are going to need that extra help. Sometimes it may even be a better idea to allow them to develop on their own. If we spot some type of abnormality in the growth pattern then we can step in.
It’s A Long Term Process
If you went to the dentist one day to get braces on your teeth and then you never returned, you really can’t expect over the top results. The same thing is true for trees. If you want to get into cabling and bracing as some form of “treatment” for the tree be sure you’re in it for the long haul. We are not going to be putting you in a long binding contract. That’s why it’s up to you to continue to give us a call and allow us to follow up on your trees.
High-Quality Materials & Installations
When you are adding cables and braces to a tree you are going to want to make sure that you’re essentially wrapping up the area tight to be able to correct the growth pattern of the tree. If you were to use cheap materials it’s not uncommon to have cables and braces break apart. If this happens a lot of things can be at risk. That’s why you want to make sure that you are working with a tree service company that has access to top-quality materials and has experience in setting up cables and braces. That’s exactly what we are able to do for you.