Had a co-worker have almost the exact same thing happen. Took them quite awhile to rebuild his roof and repair the water damage that happened when it rained into the house. He wound up getting some nice new hardwood floors out of the deal though since it ruined his.
You would think with it planted 2" from the road that it would have had a better root structure..... insert sarcasm anywhere.
Well the ironic thing is the 2 trees planted between the sidewalk and street on my property are very healthy and the roots love to mess up the sidewalk. I don't get why people plant trees there, eventually they are going to mature and cause problems and for the time that they actually are moderate size and look nice aren't worth it I think.
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