Tree Cabling

Tree Cabling Services in Wisconsin

Strengthening Your Trees for Long-Term Health and Safety

As a trusted tree removal expert in Wisconsin, we understand the importance of maintaining healthy and structurally sound trees on your property. Strong, healthy trees are less likely to drop branches unexpectedly or fail in harsh weather. That’s why we offer professional tree cabling and support services designed to enhance the stability and longevity of your trees, ensuring their safety during extreme weather conditions. With our expertise and state-of-the-art techniques, we can effectively address certain weak or compromised trees, giving you peace of mind.

Understanding Tree Cabling

Cabling involves the installation of durable cables and braces to provide additional support to weak or vulnerable trees. While the amount of added security offered by the installation of support hardware can be limited, and not all weak limbs are candidates for these measures, cabling can still help certain at-risk trees.

These techniques are particularly beneficial for trees with structural defects, such as multiple trunks, weak branch attachments, or significant canopy imbalances. By reinforcing the tree’s structure, we can reduce the risk of limb failure, tree splitting, or complete tree failure, minimizing the potential for property damage and personal injury. Cabling can also be used to guide a tree’s growth in a particular direction, such as away from your house or power lines.

Cabling can not keep unhealthy, dying trees from falling apart. At that point, it is too late. Instead, it’s used to help healthy but oddly shaped or stressed trees maintain their structural integrity. An arborist familiar with tree risk assessment can help determine if cabling is the right option for your trees.

When Do You Need Tree Cabling?

Tree support services are recommended in various circumstances, including:


Multiple Trunks

If your tree has multiple trunks growing too closely together or that have split, it can lead to instability and increase the risk of tree failure. Any split in a tree adds a point of stress, a place where it is more likely to fail. You can prevent this by supporting the trunks with cables. Tree cabling provides the necessary stability to prevent the trunks from splitting or pulling apart. 

Cabling can also guide the tree to grow in the right direction, for example away from your house or power lines, or simply to provide better shade in a certain area.

Tree Cabling Support System, Germantown, Wi.

Weak Branch Attachments

Trees with weak branch attachments are prone to branch failure during storms or high winds. Strong winds can snap branches, uproot trees, and even cause complete tree failures. These are a threat to the safety of your property, as fallen limbs or trees can damage structures, vehicles, and power lines.

Cabling systems can help strengthen these attachments, reducing the chances of costly and dangerous falling branches due to those types of storm damage.

Our Tree Cabling Process

When you choose our tree cabling services, our certified arborists will conduct a thorough assessment of your trees to identify any structural weaknesses. Based on their findings, they will recommend the appropriate cabling techniques. Our team will then carefully install high-quality cables and braces at strategic points to reinforce the tree’s structure.

We use industry-standard materials and techniques to ensure the longevity and effectiveness of the support system. Our experienced arborists will also provide guidance on post-installation care and periodic inspections to ensure the ongoing health and stability of your trees.

Investing in tree cabling can save you from costly tree removal in the future. Don’t hesitate to contact us today to schedule a consultation and secure the structural integrity of your trees in Wisconsin.