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Stump grinding

Stump Grinding/Removal

When a tree has been removed, you are left with an unwanted tree stump that can size anywhere from 6 inches to 3 feet high. Stump grinding and removal is a necessary part of any tree removal process. Tree stumps can only be grinded down with the proper equipment and expertise. Our certified arborists use the latest technology to ensure that you are left with the best result possible.


If the tree stump is too large to be pulled out of the ground, we will grind the stump down around 20 inches below the surface in order to destroy the tree’s root system. This prevents the regrowth of new limbs that old stumps can cause.


It is important that your yard is completely clear of any remaining tree parts. With our state of the art technology and years of experience, we will leave your yard looking neat and tidy, allowing you to enjoy your yard without an ugly tree stump. 


If you are looking to plant new trees, install a new patio, or looking to expand your grass area, our tree stump grinding service will be ideal for your needs.


Our team will determine the best service for you of either stump grinding or stump removal that works with your needs and budget. We are committed to providing the highest quality of service so that our customers are satisfied with everything we have done. Call us today for a consultation and we will help remove your unwanted tree stump.

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The Dangers Of Not Removing Your Stump

Leaving a tree stump in your yard rather than having it removed or ground down can present several potential dangers and drawbacks. Here are some of the risks associated with not addressing them:


  • Tripping Hazard: Stumps can be a significant tripping hazard, especially if they are not easily visible. This is a particular concern for children, elderly individuals, and anyone unfamiliar with the landscape.

  • Lawn Maintenance Challenges: They can make lawn maintenance difficult. They can interfere with mowing, edging, and other routine tasks, making it cumbersome to maintain an even and aesthetically pleasing lawn.

  • Pest Infestation: Decaying tree stools attract various pests, including termites, ants, beetles, and other wood-boring insects. These pests may eventually spread to nearby structures or healthy trees, causing damage.

  • Fungal Growth: The decaying process of a stump creates an ideal environment for fungi and other pathogens. These can contribute to the growth of mushrooms and other fungi, affecting the health of nearby plants and potentially causing allergies.

  • New Shoot Growth: Some species may send up new shoots or suckers from the base. These shoots can develop into small trees, leading to a proliferation of unwanted growth.

  • Landscaping Issues: They can be eyesores in a landscaped area, detracting from the overall aesthetic appeal of your yard. They may also limit your options for landscaping and garden design.

  • Property Value Impact: An unkempt yard with visible stumps can negatively impact the curb appeal and, consequently, the property value. Potential homebuyers or renters may view the presence of stumps as a landscaping and safety concern.

  • Interference with Construction and Utilities: If you plan to build or make changes to your landscape, the presence of a stump can be a hindrance. Stumps may interfere with construction projects, underground utilities, or the installation of new landscaping features.

  • Disease Transmission: Stumps left behind from diseased trees may harbor pathogens that could potentially affect the health of nearby vegetation. Removing the stump can help prevent the spread of diseases to other plants.

  • Weakened Structures: Over time, the decay of a stump can compromise its structural integrity. This may result in the stump breaking apart, potentially causing injury or damage to property.


To address these issues, consider hiring a professional tree removal service to grind down or completely remove the tree stump. Stump grinding is often preferred, as it grinds it into wood chips, eliminating the visible portion and preventing regrowth. Removing or grinding down a stump not only mitigates safety and aesthetic concerns but also promotes a healthier and more functional outdoor space.

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