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    Tree Hit The Shed

    Was going to take this tree down this summer.

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    Guess I'll call the insurance company.
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    Ouch, nothing worse than the time of the year it happened 🤬
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    Man that sucks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Of all the trees you and BC cut, how'd y'all miss that one?
    Be careful getting-er down.
    If ya got insurance on it, don't forget to take pics before removing.
    I took pictures, gonna see our insurance guy on Monday. Not going to do a thing until I take to him.
    I did put in a temporary adjustable lally column.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ky_shawn View Post
    Man that sucks!
    I thought the same thing.
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    Bummer. I've had two trees hit our house over the years so I feel you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylh View Post
    Bummer. I've had two trees hit our house over the years so I feel you.
    Question, Did you turn it into the insurance company? If you did, did your rates go up?
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    That's a bummer.

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    Man! That stinks! Feel sorry for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Question, Did you turn it into the insurance company? If you did, did your rates go up?
    Yes, I had to contact the insurance both times. A tree did roof damage both times too. The first time it was during a major storm at night. A pine tree branch punctured a hole right through the ceiling of a bedroom, with rain dripping through the hole. The rotten insurance company adjuster that came out, low balled me and I had to re-do the bedroom ceiling sheet rock myself to save money. I also contracted the roof repair myself to save a few bucks. I called and complained and got another 900 dollars out of them. Whoop tee doo. The second time a tree hit the house was on the garage side, right out of the blue. A pine tree just snapped in two about 6 feet up the trunk for no apparent reason. That one did over 25 grand worth of damage but the insurance (same company) stepped up to the plate and fixed everything, no problem. By then, they changed to another system of pay out. They automatically send an approved contractor for the repairs. Sort of the same deal when you need car accident repair now. They don't need estimates when using an approved body shop for the work. Fortunately, our rates didn't seem to be affected that much.
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