Before the summer storms arrive, it’s important to trim all of the trees in our neighborhood. My wife and I have several large oak trees in our front yard. We also have a pecan tree in the backyard. The trees are a hundred years old, and some of the branches are falling apart. Some very large branches were hanging over our roof, and we had them removed by a tree trimming company. My neighbor also hired the same tree trimming company, to remove an entire live oak tree from the side yard. My neighbor’s side yard and my backyard are directly adjacent to one another. While the tree trimming company was removing a large Branch from the tree, another large branch came plummeting down on my A/C compressor. It hit the A/C compressor with an extremely loud thud. I was in the kitchen, when the branch hit the A/C compressor. It sounded like a car ran into the house. I rushed outside to find the branch laying in pieces next to the A/C compressor. I didn’t know if there was any damage, so I decided to contact the A/C repair service. I told them what happened, and they sent a technician to look at our outdoor component. The tree trimming company paid for the A/C repair service call. They were extremely apologetic, and offered to pay for any damages to our A/C compressor. Luckily, the A/C technician didn’t find any damage, except a few small dents. Since the dents are only cosmetic, I didn’t bother to fix them.