If you’re planning on planting trees this spring, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is offering inexpensive courses, or you can do a little digging yourself, online.
If your neighbor’s tree topples onto your house or personal property – or heaven forbid head – whose insurance pays?
If your neighbor’s tree falls on your house, who has to pay for the damage? Well, that depends.
It’s never fun to see a tree get hurt in a storm, but it’s not always the end of the world – or even the end of that tree.
As some homeowners affected by Hurricane Irene access damage to their homes, many expect that insurance will help them make necessary repairs. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan continues to cover the insurance aspects of the storm and has more information that homeowners need to know.
All over the region the clean-up is underway. Homeowners dealing with branches, limbs and downed trees of every shape and size. If you’ve experienced tree damage related to Hurricane Irene, 3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.