Trays are a good idea.
Oct 07, I have 2 more specific questions regarding lines in trees and potential problems. The first being a dead tree on my property entwined with what i believe are 3 comcast trunk lines on a comcast right of way that I'd like to remove. The second being i a tree I'll be cutting down with a power and comcast service cable in. Jan 10, But one of my spontaneous trees is growing around a suspended wire and is risking ti pul it down when it is windy. I am sure it is Xfinity as I was told by some Xfinity employees in the area.
I have tried to call a private company to cut down the tree at my expenses but refuse to touch it because they are afraid to do damage and say I must call. Hi, Comcast"trimmed" a beautiful spruce tree next to my house; it now has a five foot wide by six foot tall hole that is very visible from the street.
I feel they should take down the tree and pay me to replace itany suggestions on how to go about this problem? Thanks, sa. Dec 02, I am afraid you cannot cut Comcast cable that runs across your your property, because the cable is private property belonging to Comcast, and your neighbor has a contract with Comcast.
Your neighbor has noting to do with the placement of the cable. This decision belongs to Comcast. You and your husband can get into some fairly serious trouble if cut this cable that can be considered a criminal act by interfering with federal communications laws. You need to find out for sure if Comcast. In the specific situation you asked about - if it truly was Comcast employees who trimmed/cut trees, that is still allowable as long as the utility easement was properly obtained and recorded (which is most likely the case), and as long as the actual owner of the easement gave Comcast permission to do so (e.g., Comcast leases the easement and/or the equipment installed as a result of the easement and also then has the responsibility to maintain the easement), which is most likely the.
Dec 18, A branch coming from a tree in my back yard is resting on a utility cable. I haven't ascertained which utility it is, but I'm pretty sure its a comcast cable. It might be a Verizon cable.
I'm pretty sure it's not a power cable. I see the utility company trims the tree.