Tree Cabling And Bracing
This service is not the most common among our clients, however, it most certainly has its role to play in the world of tree services. Basically, tree cabling and bracing are like taking your tree to the doctor to support any weak points. This proactive, preventive technique will support your tree should it have a weak or poor structure. There are many reasons why one may require this service. From supporting damage caused by storms and high winds to the stress caused by heavy snow or foliage. Want to find out more about this unique service, have a look below, and let the learning begin.
Does It Hurt The Tree?
Think of it like this. When you go to the doctor with a twisted ankle or broken wrist, they have to straighten and strengthen the injury to ensure it grows back straight and with minimal after-effects. This is essentially the same thing that we do when we brace and cable your tree. While there may be some small initial damage caused by having to anchor and secure the much-needed support system, it is all for the greater good further down the line. To find out more, please pick up the phone today and give us a call right away.
Can We Save Your Leaning Giant?
There is nothing like having a big beautiful tree or two in your yard. However, they can become a problem when they start to lean and begin to pose a real danger to both your family and property. The simple fact is that a leaning tree can be saved if a few factors are in its favor. The biggest determining factor is the amount of lean that your tree has. If it is so bad that roots have been exposed, we are sorry to say that this is essentially a death sentence to your tree and not much can be done.
Surviving A Split Trunk
This is not the death sentence it used to be. However, that also depends on the location of the split. If it's split down the middle, it's not the best sign and will be touch and go. If you are lucky enough to have a split down either side of the trunk, we have just the solution to ensure it gets back to its beautiful best. We will simply cut away the damaged area and the tree should recover without causing any serious damage long term damage. In fact, the tree will most likely heal itself and continue to grow and thrive.
This is not an expensive service when one considers the amount of future work and damage it may be preventing. There are a few factors that should be taken into account however, these include the size of the job. How many cables are needed? The amount of damage that needs to be attended to the location of the job. Once we have added all these factors and more, we will provide you with a once in lifetime obligation free quote. Typically a professionally completed tree cabling and the bracing job will set you back between $2OO and $4OO. However, it is always best to contact us for an accurate assessment.