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Re: tree felling & soil heave
Re : tree felling & soil heave -- Tish Langmead|
|Posted by ChrisH , Apr 01,2007,21:36||Top of Thread||Forum|
If it hasn't caused subsidence already, it's unlikely to cause to heave when you fell it.
Heave is most usually a problem if the tree is much older than the house and the soil is in a state permanent moisture deficit, with associated subsidence damage.
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