Stump Grinding & Removal
Following on from the successful removal of any tree, you are going to be leftover with the task of getting rid of the tree stump. This cannot be done in the traditional means, as it simply isn’t practical to try and cut away at it with a chainsaw or axe. Instead, our team assists our clients by applying our specialist stump grinding or whole removal service. These are two very effective methods of removal, with one working best on smaller stumps and the other with larger. Either way, when we come to assist you with the removal of your tree stump, we can guarantee you results. Efficiently and effectively, we’ll have your stump removed for good, so it never causes you an issue again.
Why Have Your Stump Removed?
You may be asking yourself why you should spend the extra money to have your old tree stump removed. Whilst it may only appear to be an unsightly tripping hazard in your lawn, it has the potential to be doing much more harm. That is because, many tree stumps will be able to continue growing their roots, even after the tree has come down. You wouldn’t be able to see its growth until it eventually made its way to your home foundations and started causing structural damage from within. At the same time, this could even lead to new sprouting and the tree starting to regrow. None of us want to see this happening as the costs could be huge to fix it all. So, you are definitely going to want to have yours removed.
Tree Stump Grinding
With the majority of stump removal tasks, the most effective method will be stump grinding. This method involves using an industrial-standard grinder, which can be used to turn the existing tree stump into nothing more than a pile of woodchips. Guaranteed to be smooth and efficient, you can bet that this is going to be a permanent solution to your tree stump issue and will best be able to restore the surface of your lawn.
Tree Stump Removal
For smaller sized tree stumps, we will most likely be able to make a swift and targeted removal job. With most small trees, the roots wouldn’t have been able to spread very far and likely are able to be removed with the stump. So, whenever it is possible, we aim to dig up the entire mass of growth in one go. We’ll deeply shovel around the edges and lift it out in one, before finally refilling the hole to blend back in with the rest of your yard.
Additional Root Removal
Whilst both of these methods should be effective in killing off the roots, there are rare occasions where they can stay stuck in the ground and begin to sprout. If you want to ensure that this never happens then you may be interested in us applying an additional root removal. We’ll dig into the ground around and ensure that there are no old roots left behind, so there really is no chance of an issue every popping back up.