I have a tree that has about a 6" diameter trunk that is in a corner of my house between a house wall and my back porch. On another side is my garage, and on the remaining side is a power line (right next to the tree) and my neighbor's house. The part of the tree that's causing trouble is a trunked section that is growing so close to my house that it's actually against my the side of my roof. It is also leaning in that direction. I would like to cut this part of it off, but how would I go about it? It would need to fall at about a 90 degree angle to the direction it is leaning. I was thinking of tying a rope to it and having someone pull it in the desire falling direction, and I would cut a notch in the trunk facing the direction I want it to fall. Plus, this would be done above the power line so the trunk would fall "over" it. I've never done anything like this before. Does anyone have some "expert advice" about this?