tree stump grinding is the mechanical grinding of a decaying tree stump or the grinding of a tree stump if a tree has been felled.
This is done using purpose built, state of the art, stump grinding machinery.
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You may not be aware that when you are quoted for felling a tree it will typically leave a stump and below that stump is all the tree’s rooting system. Therefore depending on what your looking to do with your garden or the area where the tree is further options include:
Tree Stump Grinding
Tree Stump Removal (This will include the removal of the stump & the roots, which potentially could be a huge area under the ground)
Each of these options would typically incur a further cost but Tree Stump Grinding is the process that tends to be used as it’s cheaper & less complex
The Benefits of Stump Grinding
It’s less expensive than stump removal services
Typically takes a few hours
Your Garden is Safer
Eliminates the risk of children or anyone in fact tripping over and being injured
You don’t have to worry about regrowth
No chemicals are used in this process and therefore there are no chemical residues in the soil & no burning is necessary.
Eliminate Unwanted & Unwelcome Pests
A tree stump left behind after tree felling is a stump that will start to rot & decay encouraging beetles, ants, termites, rodents & other unwanted pests.
Avoids Damage to Your Lawnmower
If you hit a tree stump when mowing the lawn it could potentially cause serious damage to the lawnmower
Your Garden Looks Great Afterwards
The stump is typically ground out a few inches below the ground, anything up to 12 inches but the depth will depend on your particular situation. There is also no huge hole afterwards which would be the case with stump removal. It’s a shallow hole that could be filled with soil or filled with the ground waste generated during the job. The sub-soil section of the remainder of your tree stump would decompose over a number of years.
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