Why should I consider stump grinding?
Removing a stump through grinding provides many benefits such as keeping your yard safe by eliminating tripping hazards. Grinding out the stump also eliminates the habitat for termites, ants, bees and other animals to maintain a beautiful lawn.
What is the difference between stump grinding and stump removal? Choosing stump grinding over stump removal provides less impact on your landscaping, minimal cost compared to stump removal, and no extra dirt is required to fill in the former "stump hole". The grindings from the ground out stump can also be used as mulch!
What is left after stump grinding?
Unlike stump removal, no damage to your landscaping and no large hole remains after the stump is ground out. The grindings, as well as any dirt around the area, are used to fill in the minor hole after the stump has been ground out. Any extra mulch can be used for landscaping.
Benefits of Stump Grinding:
Time Efficient: Tree stump grinding eliminates many of the problems associated with traditional stump removal methods and completes the job in a fraction of the time. In just a few hours, huge stumps that used to take up space in your yard or garden will be just a memory.
Provides mulch for your plants: Our Stump Grinding equipment grinds all stumps to small chips using powerful blades which leaves behind only beneficial mulch. Mulch is very beneficial to retaining moisture in your plants and gardens, keeping weeds from taking over, and adds a nice decorative touch.
No damage to surrounding trees or landscaping: Another outstanding benefit to stump grinding is the accuracy with which stump removal can be carried out. With our various shaped and sized grinding machines, stumps are removed with precision without causing damage to surrounding trees, plants or landscaping.
Stump grinding is becoming an increasingly popular service with environmental conservation groups. Contaminated stumps are being targeted and removed to prevent the further spread of disease to healthy trees in the surrounding area.