Cabling a tree is one way to provide extra support to a tree's structure, limit movement of the limbs and to extend the life of the tree. But, when hardware is installed, there is always the risk of decay.
Assessing the situation - the condition of the tree; whether the root system is sound; whether there is decay; if the tree poses a hazard - all of this can be determined by an arborist before deciding that cabling is the best route for tree and homeowner.
When trees are cabled they are first pruned which will remove hazardous limbs and help to reduce the weight of the cabled limbs. Because cabling requires the use of hardware and mechanical devices periodic inspection of the system will be necessary for the health of the tree. And trees that have been cabled should be pruned regularly to maintain their structural integrity.
Bradley Tree and Landscape, offering Arborist services since 1986, is fully capable to assess your trees's conditions and needs.
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All Bradley Tree & Landscape employees are fully trained. Each member of our team participates in on-going training programs and is reviewed for compliance to our company safety policies. Bradley Tree & Landscape is fully licensed and insured and Tim Bradley is a Certified Arborist - MCA number 2385.
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