Cambridge Tree Bracing
When your tree isn't performing optimally, it's failing branches and unsupported structures can create potentially dangerous and life-threatening hazards. Prone to environmental damage and increased injury, damaged and failing trees either need complete tree removal service or require bracing and cabling restraint systems to facilitate its continued support. Choosing to remove or save your tree comes down to budget, diagnosis, and survival potential. Our complimentary quotes from one of our seasoned arborists can help you better understand where you and your tree stand before you make an uninformed decision.
Preservation: Cabling and Bracing
More often than not, large branches growing out from low lying areas of the tree trunk system begin to fail. From malnutrition, to its heavy weight, double trunked trees are prone to serious damage over time. To better preserve your tree, our tree care specialists and arborists will remove the failing branch system from your tree. Afterwards, our tree technicians will provide much-needed support to the remaining tree system through the installation of cabling and bracing. Anchoring into the tree's infrastructure, cabling and bracing supports the tree with industrial-strength cabling and support devices, leaving your tree safe, secure and completely supported.
Preservation: Restraint Systems Installation
When areas of your trees, located higher up on the trunk, begin to fail, falling branches and structurally unsound areas pose significant health and insurance risks. If the branch, or area, is weakened but is still alive, restraint systems can be installed to support the weaker areas without having to severe them from the tree. Restraint systems work in conjunction with cabling and bracing to leave your tree standing tall, strong, and in like-new condition.
Weighing Out Costs
Like most things in life, there's no guarantee of longevity when your tree is cabled or braced. Sometimes by chance, sometimes by irreparable injury, trees still continue to fail even after bracing and support systems have been installed. If your tree is important to you, saving it is likely at the top of your priority list. Our arborists and tree engineers can examine your tree for you. They'll provide strategic advice on the condition of your tree and report on any other foreseeable issues. Before you make the choice to preserve or remove your tree, let our complimentary consultation help you better understand what you and your tree are up against.
If your tree has had bracing and cabling already installed, it's important to ensure that an arborist provides routine inspections to ensure that the cabling, bracing, and restraint systems are still functioning optimally. Weather and age can cause supports to loosen or weaken, putting the lives of others in potential peril. Eliminate hazards and risks by scheduling your routine inspections with Tree Surgeons Cambridge. We'll tighten loosened cables, reattach broken braces, and provide added restraints to increasingly degrading limbs. Our low-cost inspections and structural solutions make tree preservation and your safety a service you can afford. Book your complimentary consult today by visiting our contact page.