Fallen trees and broken branches damage structures, roofs, siding, and windows.
They also topple power lines. Many times tree limbs are simply too close to your roof.
The leaves from trees that are too close to your roof can clog your gutter system, allowing rainwater to accumulate and cause leaks in your attic or other moisture damage.
We recommend that you trim all branches that come within six feet of your roof.
Remember to cut back overhanging branches as far away as possible from the roof, remove all tree leaf debris from your gutters regularly to protect the shingles, and remove any tree close enough to pose a threat if it should fall on your home.