Problems with Splitting Trees?
Our team at Advance Tree Pros can help.
Using trees as part of landscaping has many benefits, from providing shade to giving a natural element to a manufactured space. However, trees can cause hazardous conditions.
Our team is here to help with cabling trees in Hunter’s Creek. The first step is determining whether you need these services or if you are better off letting it be.
Here are three signs it’s time to consider cabling your tree:
- Structural defects like poor branch structure and branch decay lead to splitting or breaking.
- Included or ingrown tree bark happens when branches grow too closely together at odd angles.
- Branches sometimes grow to be codominant, emerging from the same part of the main truck and growing at the same rate.
As trained and certified arborists, our team at Advance Tree Pros recognizes these issues, and we have a couple options for reducing the risk: cabling and bracing.
Cabling and bracing restore structural integrity to trees that need extra support. We can determine which method will work best.
There are three main uses of cabling and bracing:
- Prevention: to reduce the chance of failure in a healthy tree
- Restoration: to prolong the existence of a damaged tree
- Mitigation: to reduce the hazard potential of a tree