Tree cabling involves the installation of hardware that reduces safety concerns and the risk of structural failure to your tree. Support cables and braces are used to reduce tree damage by limiting the lateral movement of branches and increasing the weight that a supported branch joint can sustain. Cabling provides rigid support for weak trees and branches that can potentially damage your property due to the intense weather conditions that are common on the North Shore of Massachusetts and Merrimack Valley.
Our Certified Arborists install cables in trees to provide support to weak or hazardous limbs by connecting two or more limbs together. Tree cabling and bracing may be required if the tree is split, limb junctions have decayed or are poorly structured, or the inherent dangers of weak-wooded trees threaten your property. Poorly structured, multi-stemmed trees are more susceptible to breaking under the stress of the wind or the weight of accumulated ice or snow, which can be prevented with tree cabling.
All tree cabling materials and techniques used by Carpenter Costin comply with the American National Standards Institute A-300 Standards. Please inquire for a free tree cabling consultation with one of our Certified Arborists.