Once the tree has been cut down, owners often find themselves with a tree stump on their property. Stumps left behind can take up valuable property space, can be hazardous to lawn equipment and people, and leave an unsightly appearance. Plus, a decaying stump can be a harbor for pests such as ants, termites, ground hornets, and even rodents. Stump grinding can be advantageous over other methods of removal without risking damage to nearby structures. Roots associated with the stump extend far out from the trunk and removing the whole stump with heavy equipment can be expensive and risky in certain situations.
Stump Grinding can be performed to a depth of 10" and back-filled with soil. Roots can be chased where needed to eliminate the surface exposure.