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It is frequently necessary to remove stumps that remain after a tree is cut down. They may be an irksome eyesore, particularly if they are joined to any running roots that extend across your landscape.Additionally, stump clearance lessens pest activity, controls new, undesirable growth, and makes space for upcoming landscaping.

Please let us know if you have an unsightly stump on your property; we are pleased to assist. The most efficient technique to complete the removal of the tree is by stump grinding. Your stump and exposed roots can be successfully removed by our expert team members using our top-of-the-line machinery in a safe manner. 

Our stump grinder is 7 feet long and 35 inches wide. The front of the machine houses the 10′′ wide grinding wheel. The metal-toothed, serrated wheel spins and works from the top of the stump, drilling down to a depth of 4-6 inches below grade. When the grinder is done, the area where the stump originally stood will be covered with a mulch pile. Frequently, this mulch mound is 20–30% bigger than the original stump. This mulch can be left on the property to fill up the depression that the stump removal left behind.

If there is extra mulch, you can utilize it in the landscaping around your home or, if you'd prefer, we will cart it away for an additional cost. Stump grinding may not be an option for some stumps; in that case, our TEAM can discuss different removal techniques.​

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