Just wanted to ask if this is going to be a problem for the concrete slab foundation. Recently moved to a townhouse and found that there are trees sitting next to my wall. On windy days like today, I could hear the tree scratching my walls too. (Sound is not so much a problem but just emphasizing how close it is to the wall) Is there anything I should do about this or more importantly is it gonna cause problems in the future? I read that it could damage foundation. Trees height are around 3m-4m Imgur Imgur Imgur Not sure if its clear in the photos, the trees are really close, the tree trunks are like 0.5m-1m to the wall of the house and foundation. As you can see some of the branches are permanently resting on the wall. That part of the wall is my garage and bedrooms upstairs. I can see there are some hairline cracks in the garage floor concrete and the corners of ceiling in the bedrooms. Not sure though if it is just normal settling as the house is around 10yrs old. Imgur This is NSW and it is a strata complex with each unit having its own private yard and the private yards boundary is the other units house wall. I have confirmed as well that the current tenants are renting. Apologies for the long post and thanks to anyone who can share some thoughts.