I like to get along with my neighbors. One had a tree with a dying branch that hung over my driveway. I asked to cut it and he said no. In a blizzard a month later, it fell crushing three of my cars. I could have legally cut anything over my land and he is a long time friend of the family, so I choked it down and moved on. This thread is about my siding. For over a year, his 50 year old shingles were blowing off and would hit my house now and then. Annoying, that is until a huge storm blew off almost all of his shingles and beat the hell out of the west side of my house. I want to get along, but he has a party planned next month and I believe he called code enforcement about a front clip and such in my garden. We are complaint only system and they won't tell you who complained. Fair enough, I should have the clip and other things indoors for their own good. So all of that to ask: We both have the same insurance company and I did call them on the tree incident; they said it was an act of God, but I could put a claim on my own policy. One car was a beater, another was a Scout and I had a replacement roof for it, so I just let it go. I'm thinking my neighbor has a good point. I should take more pride in my home, so I want my siding fixed. Anyone have experience with this sort of thing? The more I can learn, the less chance of getting blindsided by the insurance company.