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Tree cabling in Lynchburg, VA is important, especially for younger trees that are going to have to stand up to the elements.

You have to know just the right place to put these rods and supports because of twisting forces that they will incur from violent weather. The industry standard is upheld by only the best because it does take a lot of manual labor.

At Above Ground Tree Service, we use only materials and techniques that are in compliance with American National Standards Institute A-300 Standards. Chemicals of any kind can be damaging to your health, the health of your pets, and the health of your other plants, which is why it is so critical that you have someone who understands how, when, and where to apply chemicals.

Reasons for Tree Cabling

Tree Cabling in Lynchburg, VA

Tree cabling helps to support your trees from the elements, allowing them to grow stronger and taller. Think of tree cables as set of training wheels for your younger trees and walkers for your older trees.

Certified arborists place cables and brace rods to support the branches and stems on trees. The cables are made from high strength steel. They limit the movement of the branches so that they don’t break during a storm.

There are a few different trees that benefit from cabling, including:

  • American Elm
  • Arizona Ash
  • Cedar Elm
  • Hackberry
  • Live Oak
  • Pecan
  • River Birch
  • Shumard Red Oak
  • Texas Red Oak

However, all open canopy trees, multi-trunk trees, and those that are prone to vertical splitting.

With weather like we have in Lynchburg and the surrounding areas, you will need to have your cables and bracing inspected annually. The normal movement and elements can cause the hardware to wear and reduce the efficiency.

Annual inspection by a certified arborist (preferably who you had install it) is necessary. This can be done in conjunction with pruning and trimming of the tree.

To find out more information, look at this guide from Purdue.

Tree Cabling Pricing

The cost of cabling and bracing your trees will depend on the time and hardware we have to use for your job. On average, however, the cost is not expensive at all, especially when compared to the cost of repairing a tree or replacing a matured tree.

Call us today and we will give you a free estimate that will surprise you with the low cost.(434) 221-9525

Tree Cabling for Tree Safety

Tree cabling is something you should definitely consider for the safety and health of your trees and home. With weather like we have in Forest, Bedford, Lynchburg, and Timberlake, Virginia, it is even more important.

If you have lightening protection, it is even more crucial that you reach out to a reputable company, as the conductor must be attached to the support cables.

If you would like to learn more about tree cabling or you need your tree cabling inspected, call us today.