Cabling between major limbs is a common form of structural support for trees that reduces the likelihood of stress damage from high winds and the weight of excess ice or snow. Preventative cabling will help reduce long term costs and extend the useful life of your trees.
For large, weak, or split crotches, rigid rods or “bracing” is used to give direct support and reduce twisting strain on the tree. A metal rod is inserted through the crotch and two more cables are placed above it.
Cabling and Bracing will:
– help prevent a healthy tree with large limbs from damage
– help restore, prolong life or save a damaged tree
– help mitigate the possibility of tree damage to your home of neighbors’
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Tree Cabling and Bracing in Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and Milton