Green Forest Tree Service is a locally owned company with ISA Certified Arborists specializing in tree cabling
Tree cabling requires the adding hardware and equipment to the tree. This will not only elongate the lifespan of the tree, it significantly lessens the risk of failure too. The Denver climate can be pretty unpredictable sometimes. Heavy snow and strong winds can arise while trees are still in full leaf. Sometimes, this kind of force might lead to extreme tree damage. Trees with weak unions and big co-dominant stems are susceptible to damage. Trees that have been mismanaged are also very vulnerable.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF TREE CABLING
Why install support cables on mature trees? This is necessary in order to reduce force and movement on weaker branch unions. A lot must be considered before a choice is made on the type of support system is to be used. The health, size, species, age and location of the tree will all be deliberated over prior to a cable system recommendation for that tree. One thing to keep in mind is that a tree that is unsafe cannot be made safe even with cable installations and the best equipment available.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN TREE BRACING
In bracing, a threaded steel rod is installed after a tree has been drilled into. This particular technique is usually used on smaller trees who still need support. The process of cable installation might be too much for such small trees to handle and so bracing can do the job. This method is typically used to support split trunks and weak unions on these smaller trees. Bracing can be used on ornamental trees that are multi-stemmed. It can also be used as the perfect support for fruit trees that have extra weight to bear. In most cases, the life of the tee is prolonged by the use of this technique.
Our arborists have studied different tree structures and are very knowledgeable about various tree species. They will give you an honest and educated assessment of your tree.
Thank you for your interest in Green Forest Tree Service. Our professional team of ISA and ANSI certified arborists have the knowledge and skill to take care of all of your tree cabling needs. To receive an estimate or request a consultation, give us a call at (303) 396-0500 or complete our service request form below.