To better take care of your trees, consider getting them a brace or a cable to add structural support to it. Professionals in tree lopping Blackstone mostly recommend bracing and cabling to help trees from possible damage or failure especially in the event of unfavourable weather.
Bracing and cabling a tree involves placing flexible steel and cable between trunks or even the branches. Tree pruning will also be done before the installation of a brace is done to minimize the likelihood of the cable breaking off during a storm.
Advantages of bracing and cabling
Reduce the movement of healthy branches and trunks. The healthy branches and trunks will be safe from possible damage during a storm, while they provide additional support to possible weak spots which are most vulnerable during high winds and heavy rains.
With the tree getting enough support, it will be much less susceptible to damage since the branches will not be moving as freely as they should be during high winds, this will also lessen the chances of having fractures, thus they will not break easily.
Provides support to multiple tree links and trunks. The simple use of cabling and bracing can provide branches and trunks whether it is a cluster or not with enough support to survive the bad weather.
Reduces the risk of property damage. In times of storms, bracing and cabling will help ease your mind since the risks of property damage and possible injuries are less.
Ask your arborist if the tree in your property needs cabling as certain tree species are more susceptible to tree damage from high winds than others.