Even healthy trees can have structural weakness needing some degree of supplemental, physical support to help reduce the risk of failure of the crown or root system. Cabling and bracing are the two most common forms of structural support and involve installing flexible cables or rigid rods to strengthen weak branches and limbs. The overall goal is to help weakened or damaged trees better withstand severe weather, to improve their longevity and reduce potential hazard risks.
Weak limbs are not always obvious, so contact Branch Tree & Landscape Service to have one of our professional, certified arborist assess your trees to identify particular weak points and determine if cabling or bracing is needed.
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