Yup. This was our dilemma (forgot you can see these in the before/after pics).....
Paul (Moderators; 66052)
Posted on: 04-15-2019 14:40.
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...the trees were going to die or come down very soon, either all at once with some saws, or one by one via "nature" with one of them impacting the shed, the deck, neighbor's fences, etc. (two of those happened actually)
So we did it this way, #s 16 and 17. The wife was crazy upset, thought.
That big one up front is the one that came down and impacted the old deck. You can see in the after picture my neighbors trees, which I think the wife spoke to them about. They didn't want to have theirs done, and I don't know how they haven't yet come down. In the winds we've had and weird refreezes, they sway and you just wait for the big snap.
Edited by Paul at 4/15/2019 2:43:25 PM
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