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Old 06-24-2012, 08:03 AM   #1
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I have a 6-8" diameter branch hanging over and rubbing on my roof. its a large branch. this is on top of my 2nd story house with a steep roof. any suggestions on how to drop it? with out tearing my gutters off?

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we need a pic. but it sounds like it is to high for most people.

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It would need to be removed in pieces, and only safest way is to use either a bucket lift, or high lift. I would call around to a few tree trimming companies to see what they would charge in removing enough of the branch, away from the house.
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I have a 6-8" diameter branch hanging over and rubbing on my roof. its a large branch. this is on top of my 2nd story house with a steep roof. any suggestions on how to drop it? with out tearing my gutters off?
Ayuh,.... in 2 or 3' pieces, from a bucket truck....
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