Categories for Tree Cabling

Save Unstable Trees with Cabling and Bracing

July 7, 2020 11:22 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Have you noticed that one of the trees on your property is beginning to lean dangerously? Perhaps the trunk is growing at a strange angle, or some of the limbs have started to droop precariously. Regardless, if you think one or more of the trees on your property looks unstable, then it probably is. Fortunately, you don’t have to let your beloved trees continue to grow into an unbalanced mess. Tree cabling and bracing can come to the rescue. If your trunk is beginning to lean precariously, an expert can use steel cables to relieve stress on the weakest parts... View Article

What Is Tree Cabling, and How Do I Know If I Need It?

October 25, 2017 8:32 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

What is tree cabling? Tree cabling is the use of strong steel cables to reinforce and stabilize a tree when, even if it is otherwise healthy, the tree can no longer support its own weight. Tree cabling isn’t a miracle cure. It’s a strategy for helping healthy trees stay healthy longer. Unfortunately, if your tree is falling apart because it’s sick or dying, tree cabling offers no real benefit—although, as you will see, tree cabling can be useful for a variety of minor to medium tree injuries, even helping trees recover from recent trauma, such as the high winds of... View Article

What Is Tree Cabling, and Why Should You Do It?

August 15, 2017 6:16 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Your home is a huge investment, and since you may be living in it for several years or even decades, you need to protect the property’s value, appearance and health—both inside and outside. Like many homeowners, you are proud to own trees for shade or that enhance your landscaping. Trees are living things and require maintenance and care to ensure they grow strong, and do not fall over due to a weakened trunk, being too top-heavy or due to a powerful storm. Looking out the window at your trees right now, you may be wondering whether it’s a good idea... View Article