If a tree is dead, dying and dangerous, or is in the way of new construction, then tree removal may be necessary.
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In a state with a seemingly never-ending “Storm Season” (AKA Every Season in NJ) it is always better to be safe than sorry.
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If so, the tree is likely causing or going to cause mold growth by preventing the suns rays from drying out the shingles and siding. Branches on the roof are more likely to clog your gutters and cause further problems.
Trees are powerful organisms. Large trees can break through your foundation – causing thousands of dollars in damages to your home. Prevention is much more affordable than the alternative in this case.
From a financial perspective, you do not want to be on the hook for fallen tree removal, a lawyer, and a lawsuit. From a neighborly perspective, do you really want to to live next to someone whose home and perhaps lives you have put at risk or worse? It’s better on the stress level – and on the wallet in the long run to manage trees that might cause damage.
In most cases, the best remedy for this kind of situation is to point out the potential hazard to your neighbor, and ask them to hire a tree removal expert to trim or remove the tree as necessary. One cannot legally force their neighbors to remove a tree in the state of New Jersey. If a tree falls on your home from a neighbor’s property, it is your homeowner’s policy that will cover the damage. But that doesn’t mean that there is no way to protect yourself if your neighbor is willfully ignoring a dead, dying or leaning tree. To learn more about your options, read about what you can do if a neighbor’s tree might fall on your property.