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Re: Tree obstructing DirecTV Dish
I can't tell from the picture for sure, but it looks like if the dish was relocated to the peak, or even to the other side of the peak, it would look past the tree. That option would certainly be much cheaper than trying to trim the tree significantly enough to solve the problem. In addition, the tree is going to continue growing and cause further problems in the future.
IowaCowboyWant to go back to IowaPremium
At least it's not visible from the front of the house. If I could get a telescoping tree cutter that high, I could cut it.
The house is two stories high for reference.