If removing a stump is not your cup of tea, you can hire a professional company to get rid of your stump. The stump grinding machine weighs around 1,000 pounds and has a spinning carbide-tipped steel wheel on the front. The wheel is lowered onto the edge of the stump and moved around to grind deeper into the stump. It can quickly and efficiently do the job. The grinder turns the stump into wood chips, including the primary roots below the stump. The cost may include the time spent to complete the project, the number of stumps you need to grind, and debris removal.
Good for environment
The grinding machine will help remove all types of stumps without disturbing the surrounding plants, trees, or landscaping. If you opt to pour the chemicals, it may leave chemical residue, which can harm children and pets. The chemicals can disturb the nutrients and soil composition. Stump grinding also prevents the diseases from spreading to other trees and plants. The grinders can grind a stump 6 inches below the ground and remove all the visible traces of the stump.
Improve aesthetics and regain space
Tree stumps are considered to be an eyesore and a tripping or safety hazard. Stump grinding helps improve the appearance of your landscape. In addition, it also frees up space in your yard, which was earlier unavailable. You can use this space for patios, outdoor furniture, and landscaping. Stumps also pose a safety hazard for your kids and seniors who can easily stub their toes.
Stops stump sprouting
If you cut a tree, it’s possible that it can have new shoots very soon. Many tree species, including oak, elm, ash, aspen, cottonwood, maple, box elder, locust, sycamore, and willow, send up new shoots unless the stump is removed. You can do it by hand for small stumps, but for large stumps, you’ll need a stump grinding machine.
Unless you hire a professional tree service company, the entire process of tree removal can be messy. If not done by experienced people, the heavy equipment can also damage your yard and lawn.
If you are going for stump removal, you have to hire a company and pay for the services. If you choose the wrong company, you may have to shell out more.
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