1. Removal of 2 limbs and a large stem from a Maple tree located at the front of the home and identified by Property Owner.
a. Removal of the two limbs which are approximately 20-40’ in length with brush at the tip. One limb grows towards the house and shades a portion of the roof and dormer. The limb shades a portion of the roof line which appears to be contributing to the growth of moss on the shingles. The second limb is growing toward the service entrance cable for the home.
b. Removal of a large stem which is approximately 60’ tall with 4 tops (3 of which are from lateral branches off the main stem). At the juncture of the stem and main trunk there is significant decay. There is a hollow void where the stem has separated from the main trunk and leans toward the home. It appears to be only supported by another healthy stem system. If the stem were to separate from the main trunk completely there is risk of damage to the home. In our opinion the stem should be removed to protect the property and possible personal injury.