Cabling or bracing isn’t used as often as it once was, but there are times when these supportive processes can be just the thing to dramatically decrease the risk that a tree will fail in bad weather. Steel cables limit movement so that a tree can learn to tolerate its conditions. Braces are rods that support weak branches or multiple trunks to prevent twisting.
Often, even a tree with issues will be fine without cabling or bracing, but when our inspection proves cabling or bracing is the right course of action, we can rescue your weak tree and help you make the best of it. Let us help you decide what to do.