Mature Trees and Homeowners Insurance - Advice?
We are attempting to purchase a very nice property here that has several (about two dozen) mature trees of various kinds. A few of them look "mature" enough that they could need some work in the near future as far as trimming or even removal - which we would do after having someone come in to evaluate them. My question is, is there such a thing as "extra homeowner's insurance" or some sort of special rider that one can purchase that provides better-than-standard protection against limbs falling on the house or vehicles? Anyone have any specific experience with homeowners' insurance and claims involving fallen trees? Thanks -