Tree Staple, Inc.

Tree Stabilizing

444 Mercer St.
Stirling, NJ 07980
Toll Free: 877-873-3749
Phone: 908 626-9300
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Tree Staple™ below-grade stabilizing system for newly planted trees and shrubs is:
  • simpler (just hammer it in)
  • faster (1 minute installation)
  • safer (no dangerous stakes or wires)
  • less expensive (no adjusting, no removal)
  • and better looking than stake and wire systems
How does it work?
Tree Staple stabilizers secure new plantings by the root-ball. This unique design provides notable cost savings through quick and easy installation with no need for removal, and results in a healthier, better looking tree.

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New trees and shrubs need help.
They must remain stable to develop a proper root system. Stake and wire systems require a lengthy installation, need to be adjusted, and must be removed within 12 to 24 months after installation.
Tree Staple stabilizers are||A||...simpler
The unique design of our stabilizers permits quick and easy installation (one person using a simple sledgehammer can install the product in less than 1 minute) and eliminates the need for removal.
Less expensive
Contractors save money by getting more work done in less time and do not have to return to the site to adjust or remove anything. How much can you save on your next project?
Better looking
Likely the greatest benefit is that the Tree Staple™ system works without being seen. The below-grade feature of the Tree Staple stabilizer means that immediately upon installation, you have a finished, mature look to your new landscape.
And if the aesthetics alone are not enough of an enticement, think in terms of safety. Tree Staple stabilizers eliminate the danger of exposed stakes and wires that might injure children or pets.
And kinder to trees
Essentially, stake and wire systems strangle trees (called "girdling"), cause bark damage, introduce unnatural stress on the trunk and inhibit proper growth. Below-grade stabilizing lets a tree move naturally, to grow properly and be more resistant to the forces of nature. Read research showing why Tree Staples are better for trees and shrubs.

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Tree Staple stablizers come in 4 standard sizes to meet the needs of transplanting 2 inch to 8 inch caliper trees. As a general rule of thumb, stabilizers should extend 12 inches below the root ball. When needed get even more holding power by increasing the size or number of Tree Staples.

Rated 5 based on 1 product reviews

Rated 5 based on 1 product reviews