Tree Cabling and Bracing

Ross Tree Company offers tree cabling and bracing services to residential and commercial property owners. We make sure property owners understand the limitations and benefits of each supplemental tree support system. Tree cabling and bracing improve the structural integrity of high-value trees, which reduces the risk of injury or property damage. Additional support reduces trunk splitting and mechanical limb breakage.

High-Quality Steel Cables and Braces

Ross Tree uses high-strength steel cables, forged eye bolts, thimbles, and specially designed for the tree service industry. We place the wires high in the tree so not noticeable from the ground. For bracing, we install steel rods to reduce the danger of trunk splitting. Click here to fill out a request service form or call 303-871-9121 to discuss cabling and bracing options with Ross Tree.

Click here to fill out a request service form or call 303-871-9121 to discuss cabling and bracing options with Ross Tree.

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Tree Pests to Watch Out for in August in Denver

This August, two tree pests are having a field day in Denver - the Elm Leaf Beetle and the Honeylocust Spider Mite. Our wet spring set up conditions for the Elm Leaf Beetle to thrive and attack Elms across the city. Consecutive 90 degree days this summer is perfect...

How Do I Get My Trees Ready For The Summer?

Summer Tree Care Tips As Ross Tree's General Manager explains in the video below, summer is an excellent time to get your trees ready to withstand Denver's unpredictable weather. He recommends increasing deep rooting feeding to at least two times during the growing...

Pine Tree Care Handbook

How Do I Keep My Evergreen Trees Healthy In Denver? Ross Tree publishes handbooks on key tree issues common to the Denver area. The Pine Tree Care Handbook identifies pines and other conifers that grow here and the insects and diseases that inflict them. Colorado has...

What to do after planting a new tree?

Newly Planted Tree Care Tips Wondering what to do after planting a new tree? Below are some tips after the tree is in the ground. For the last 35 years, Denver Digs Trees has been a significant force in expanding the City’s urban forest by providing more than 60,000...

Preparing Trees for Denver’s Heavy Spring Snowstorms

Channel 9 News recently ran a story on "How To Remove Snow From Your Trees During An April Storm." After the spat of snowstorms Denver experienced in March and April, many homeowners wished they had hired a professional tree company for winter tree pruning to avoid...

Emerald Ash Borer Handbook

The Emerald Ash Borer Is Here to Stay To help our customers, Ross Tree, a locally owned and operated Denver tree company, created an Emerald Ash Borer Handbook to inform home and business owners about this troublesome iridescent green beetle. The Emerald Ash Borer...

Sometimes It is Best to Call a Professional Tree Company

Large Cottonwood Tree Removal  Tree removals next to homes, sheds, garages, fences, and streets need special care. Large trees are heavy, and when cut down, sometimes fall unpredictably, which is dangerous. Ross Tree, a Denver-based tree company, is known for pruning...

Ask a Professional – Why Use Systemic Products to Control Tree Pests?

Systemic Tree Injections  Ross Tree, a leading innovator in tree insect control, recommends tree systemic injections to control tree insects. We were the first tree company in Denver to offer tree injections, a practicable alternative to spraying trees. Using...

A Short Guide to Aspen Trees and Their Care

How to Care For Your Aspen Trees Colorado has a higher percentage of the species growing within its borders than any other state. Aspens thrive in higher elevations. Planting these trees in Denver with our heavy clay soils and hot lowland weather takes its toll,...

Elm Leaf Pests Handbook

Elm Leaf Pests Homeowners should know that Elms growing in Denver need additional attention. The City has Elm leave pests that feed on elm leaves, causing them to dry up and die. Heavily infested trees are unsightly with brown and skeletonized leaves. Repeated...

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