Staking and Cabling
Has your tree blown-over? Is it leaning more to one side due to high winds? Did you plant a new, young tree? Using high quality materials, we at Branch Management Tree Service, can have your tree standing upright in a jiffy. Our certified tree experts and certified tree arborists will reset your tree to its original position, stake it and cable it. This service ensures your tree is positioned securely while allowing its roots time to grow.
Tree staking is never done with the intention of harming a tree. Staking is done in order to maintain a tree’s erection, promote root and trunk growth, protect a young tree and re-support a tree after a storm. For older trees, staking is only performed after corrective pruning is completed, so that unnecessary weight is not already burdening an already weak tree.
Cables as well as braces are additional structural supports intended to 1) reduce the chance of your tree from failing before its time after it becomes structurally weakened for any reason, 2) to prolong your tree’s healthy existence after it has become damaged, and 3) to reduce your tree’s potential for hazards to occur. Additional support may be needed is your tree is splitting or decaying.
When done properly by our certified tree experts and arborists, all of whom are knowledgeable and experienced in this field, tree staking and cabling are both superb ways in which to ensure your tree’s strength, health and beauty are not compromised. All of the work we at Branch Management Tree Service perform, as well as all of the materials we use, are in strict accordance with ANSI A300 Tree Care Standards.
For more information, help and advice on the topic of tree staking and cabling, please contact us at (480) 970-1315. We will take every precaution necessary to make sure minimal drilling to your tree is performed during this service therefore ensuring the least amount of damage. We service trees of all specimens, shapes and sizes valley-wide! Best of all, we offer competitive pricing, and free estimates.