Tree Cabling & Bracing
When a tree is left to continue growing taller and stronger each year, there comes a point where it can even dwarf your house. However, as trees increase in size, they get much heavier, and sometimes, that weight can bare down on the tree itself. In the points where branches split from the trunk, points of weakness exist. This can be pressured tremendously when a tree becomes too large and one day can lead to a tear. That could bring the entire tree crashing down into your home, causing untold amounts of damaged. However, if you make sure that you are dealing with the issue as soon as you notice it, your tree stands a good chance of being salvaged. All you need to do is place an urgent call to our team, at Mesquite Tree Care Pros, and trust in our tree cabling and bracing services.
When Should You Cable Your Trees?
When you first notice that your trees are showing scars or markings from being overstrained, you should react with cabling and bracing. Even something that seems small and benign can quickly grow into a much more serious tear, that could incur the worst circumstances. So, you need to be calling our team as soon as you can after finding any weak spots, for us to come at the next available opportunity.
Tree cables and tree braces work together, to support various parts of the tree. The cables are the first thing that needs to be added, connecting together various key limbs. The ones that carry the most weight will have one of our industrial-grade metal cables tied around them, with rubber braces to stop any harm coming to the trunk. These will be tightly pulled towards a middle point, raising the branches and taking away a lot of the tension. In turn, less strain will be put on the base, which will allow us to then apply braces.
Once the cables have been effective, the area around the tear will be much freer and easier to work with. This gives us the opportunity to put tree braces into place. Made of much stronger metal, these can lock into place the position that is helped along by the cables. It will hold the base of the tree together tightly, which will encourage new growth in the wounded part of the tree. Then, before long, the issue will begin to correct itself and allow your tree many more years of life.
For cabling and bracing services to be effective, the quality of the tools used is paramount. Industry-standard metal wire cables and braces need to be used so that they can support the weight of even the weightiest trees. For us, nothing else would be suitable and that is exactly why we never make use of any less than the very best for our clients. Whenever you trust us for cabling and bracing, your tree will always be given the most effective care, using products that can last many years doing their jo