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Trees are all around us,
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is your home at one with nature? let us help.

Proudly servicing North Houston since 1982, U.T.T.M., INC. offers complete tree and garden care services for your home or office at the most competitive prices available.  We deliver top-quality service using fully-trained, uniformed crews and the latest industry equipment.


Our commitment to quality control has helped us provide exceptional Tree & Home/Garden care to our customers for 30 years.  


Thank you for allowing us to care for your Trees and Gardens. 

Call us now for a Free estimate:  281-440-0275


What is cabling and bracing?

CABLING involves attaching high strength steel cables to two or more major limbs. This limits movement in high winds, while maintaining overall structural integrity of the tree. Cabling is an effective solution for multi-trunk trees, trees with extremely heavy limbs or where some damage has already occurred, such as a crack in a main crotch. 

​BRACING is a procedure utilizing steel rods to provide rigid support for a tree. The rods are typically installed in the lower (larger) portions of the tree to reinforce weak or split crotches or strengthen decayed areas. Bracing is normally used in combination with cabling.



Signs that your tree may need bracing:


  • Your tree has a distinct V-Shape crotch

  • It suffered storm or wind damage.

  • It has been hit by lightning.

  • It suffered any kind of mechanical injury.

  • it has long, heavy limbs.

If your tree has any of the symptoms, cabling and/or bracing may enable you to significantly EXTEND THE LIFE of your prized tree, while assuring the safety of your property and loved ones.


Free Assessment

While cabling and bracing sound relatively simple, it takes a great deal of expertise and experience to do properly. Don’t jeopardize the longevity of your valuable trees or the safety of those who enjoy them.


Contact U.T.T.M., Inc. today for a FREE assessment if you think any of your trees are at risk.