I have an old cherry oak tree on one of my properties where one of the branches fell off last week. There wasn't a storm or anything. As far as the tenant knows, the branch just kind of fell naturally. I could have the whole tree removed for $500 more than just removing the debris, but I don't know anything about trees to know if that's actually worth it (even the tree contractor I want to use said he didn't think it was 100% necessary). Has anybody dealt with cherry oaks or any type of tree-related problems before?
I recently removed a tree from a recent purchase. During inspection noticed cracks in the driveways and after further investigating found roots causing the cracks and were going into foundation..
My main concern was roots damaging pipes before having that issue I had tree removed.
Honestly I have no idea how big are Cherry Trees and how are the roots. Personally I would check for Termites or fungus on tree that would be killing it maybe that caused branch to break
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