Cabling & Bracing

Trees that have had little or no maintenance can develop branching issues that only structural aids can stabilize.
  • Dynamic cabling: Offering support of a trees upper canopy while still allowing for the dynamic motion generated by the wind. Often installed over larger spans in the canopy where limbs are splaying away from each other.
  • Static cabling: Offering a more rigid support to the upper canopy when motion is limited but structural support is still required. Often placed where stems requiring support are more vertical and closer to each other.
  • Bracing: Offering support directly to a weak attachment point by installing a steel rod directly through the union. This aids with the cessation of opening and closing motions at the attachment point that further weaken an already poor branch union.

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