Stand at least 15 feet 4.
Step 9: Prep Step: Guide Rope 1. Pick a branch. 2. Ascend with one end of the guide rope. 3. Use a ski pole to get the rope over the branch. 4. For steep branches, pound a few nails in and lie the rope in the crack of the nails. This will help keep the rope 5. Guide the rope to the ground and Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Feb 15, Trees can be tricky, but for the most part homeowners are responsible for what falls into their own yard.
So if a storm causes your neighbor’s tree to fall in your yard, your homeowners insurance could help cover the cost of removing the tree and remedying the damage it caused on your property, after your deductible.
The tree was firmly planted on one family’s property, but a foot branch hung into their neighbor’s yard. Eventually, the neighbor who had the hazardous branch in her yard decided to pay to have it cut down. She did so with permission from the owners of the property where the tree was rooted, and this prevented any potential damages.