Casebolt Tree Care offers innovative ways to support and secure your valuable trees from potential storm damage or entire trunk splitting. The Certified Arborists on staff are also Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ) though ISA to insure you are getting the most knowledgeable and professional help when deciding if cabling or bracing is a potential option for your tree.
Trees with co-dominate stems are great candidates for cabling. A high percentage of trees that have co-dominate stems will have included bark. Included bark or “ingrown” bark tissues often develop where two or more stems grow closely together causing weak, under-supported branch angles. Bark often grows around the branching stem attachment and into the union between the two stems. Bark has no strong supportive fiber strength as wood does so the connection is much weaker than a union without included bark.
Casebolt Tree Care’s cabling specialists uses only extra high strength cable and guide wire stops for a clean, secure attachment point with no eye screws or turn buckles