Stump Grinding & Removal
Stump Grinding & Removal: Root Cutting/Disposal
Our top of the line stump grinder will tear through your unsightly stumps like a hot knife through butter. Designed to maneuver through narrow passages, such as a backyard gate, our stump grinder will help remove all evidence of a removed tree, leaving your yard free of obstructions and ready for new landscaping.
Stump Grinding and Removal Service
Once a tree is cut down most homeowners don’t think about the remaining “stump” in their yard. Without the proper knowledge and expertise it may pose a problem down the road leaving stumps near or around your property. Some problems you might face if you leave a stump intact are:
Landscaping Appearance: When you take the time and effort to keep your home’s outer property appearance appealing, you don’t want to devote your attention to certain areas. Leaving stumps after tree removal will not only lessen the appearance, but it can also decrease your home value due to this last step of not being taken care of completely.
Growth of More Trees: If you cut down the tree due to old age or other reasons, leaving the tree stump will provide a number of problems. It’s important to get to the root of the matter and remove the stump because the remaining roots will continue to grow. If this occurs, any landscape walkways or piping systems in its vicinity may be damaged in the new growth process.
Pest Invasion: Stumps become a welcome signal for pests and insects to seek shelter in, which increases the chance for them to infiltrate your home.
Safety Hazard: Despite removing a tree, its stumps still have roots attached. They can become a safety hazard for your household because the roots can continue to grow and pose as tripping hazards. Not only that, but the roots can make it difficult to mow and maintain you lawn.
What Our Satisfied Customers Have To Say
We Proudly Serve The
We’ll be in touch within 1 business day of your form submission
Or Give Us a call
(208) 610-9906 | email@example.com
Ready To Get Started? Talk directly with Nick.