Guying is a technique in arboriculture to prevent the risk of falling branches that are considerably weakened due to diseases or bad weather. This technique, therefore, prevents the risk of damage to surrounding structures or injuries. Using shrouds, a specialized rope system, our arborists stabilize the tree so it becomes more robust as it grows.

Made by specialized technicians, guying allows, for example, to preserve a majestic tree that has weakened over time without having to fell it for fear it may represent a danger to its immediate environment. We usually perform this technique during the summer. This is the ideal time because the tree branches are the heaviest because of the fruits and leaves.