Cabling & Bracing

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Trees with two or more trunks can be hazardous and split apart creating serious risk to people and property, not to be taken lightly.

 

Trees with two or more trunks are called co-dominant and most often have a structural defect called included bark. This structural defect can cause great risk and often is overlooked or unnoticed by an untrained eye. 

 

As a home or business owner the safest thing you can do is have co-dominant trees, trees with two or more trunks, inspected by an ISA Certified Arborist. 

 

Our ISA Certified Arborist can inspect your trees for free during our FREE ESTIMATE and can recommend our advanced tree cabling technology (pictured above) to prevent your trees from splitting apart. Our cabling is rated for 8,000 lbs so it can handle old growth trees no problem.