A supplemental tree support system is a risk management tool designed to reduce the risk of limb or trunk failure.
There are cabling and bracing options available for most tree structural
defects - for trees large or small, young or mature.
At Lindon Tree Service, we carefully assess the tree when determining
whether to prune potentially hazard limbs, install a supplemental
support system or remove the tree altogether.
We follow ANSI (American National Standards Institute) A-300, Part 3,
Supplemental Support Systems guidelines.
Above image shows leaning birch tree over home.
Birch tree has been pruned and a supplemental cable support system installed.