Stump Shredding is designed for landscaping and construction jobsites and can remove in just one pass stumps ranging in size from 8 inches up to 28 inches. Larger stumps can be removed with multiple bores.
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Offering tree services can be a risky business. Insurance protects you while we are on your property doing the work you’ve asked us to do. If a crew was to drop a tree branch on your shed, break a window, damage a deck, or if there is any other significant damage caused by crews while performing the services, the location's insurance company will pay the repair bills.
If you use a contractor who is not insured, and damage occurs while the company is doing the work, your insurance company may end up paying the repair cost, and could raise your insurance rates—sometimes dramatically depending on the degree of damage.
There are plenty of reasons to consider eliminating pesky tree stumps from your property. Tree stumps can be an eye-sore, especially when they are in the middle of your yard or your garden. Additionally, tree stumps can be difficult to mow or landscape around. Stumps can even pose a tripping hazardous during backyard sports and other activities. We are happy to help shred your stumps as part of your tree removal work or as a standalone job. Like all of our work, the cost for stump removal depends on the specifics of the job. The size of the stump and the location on your property can affect the cost. We can send an estimator out to your property to view your stumps and provide a no-obligation cost estimate for grinding. Although we are able to shred most stumps, there may be some that are not candidates for shredding. The most common reason that a stump cannot be ground is if it is located near something that would make removal hazardous. Buried utility lines, especially gas and electrical lines, running near or under the stump may prohibit it from being able to be ground. We always coordinate with local utility provider for our customers to have them mark buried utility lines before we come out to grind a stump. This is for both our safety and the safety of our customers. Additionally, stumps that are very near rocks, foundations and driveways may not be shredable due to the risk of damage to these structures or the stump shredder.
Some of the primary benefits of tree stump removal include: Improving the curbside appeal of your home Freeing up space for landscaping and hardscaping Preserving the health of surrounding flora Ensuring the safety of loved ones Avoid Rotting and Pest Infestation Removing a tree stump is a wise safeguard to prevent decay, mold, or pests. Neglected tree stumps can spread diseases and attract unwanted insects. Nobody wants to invite termites, beetles, carpenter ants, and other wood-boring insects onto their property. Besides insects, a tree stump can also host toxic fungi that no one wants around pets and small children. Moreover, an infested stump will put nearby plants, flowers, trees, and vegetation at risk. If it hosts termites, it may even put your home at risk. For Aesthetic Purposes There is no way to sugar-coat it: tree stumps are ugly. When left to rot, they can make a beautiful landscape appear shabby. This is why many homeowners decide to remove tree stumps before putting their homes on the real estate market.
By removing your stump, you can plant a new tree or add a new landscaping feature without any future problems. Free Up the Space A tree stump can get in the way of new and exciting landscaping projects. By having it removed, you can explore new design possibilities. You can replace it with a fire pit or set up a jacuzzi in the area it once was. If people walk across your lawn or children play in your yard, neglected tree stumps can also be significant safety hazards. Reduce your liability – get rid of tree stumps before someone trips and is injured. A dormant tree stump might also nourish a root system beneath the soil. Roots can be invasive and aggressive underground – harming sewer pipes, sidewalks, and other structural foundations.
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