Stump Removal vs. Stump Grinding
Tree Removal, Arborists, and Tree Trimmers
While a tree stump on your property may not seem like a huge concern, tree stumps can be hazardous to the health of your yard and to your family's safety. Tree stumps are a significant tripping danger for children and dogs, posing a considerable injury risk. They also impede your lawn from receiving the necessary maintenance, as mowing around them requires maneuvering and frequent weeding to prevent overgrowth. Additionally, they appear unsightly. Whether you've recently had a tree removed and want the stump removed immediately, or you've had a stump in your yard for some time and are finally ready to remove it, Season Tree Service will assist you.
Our tree service firm is completely certified, bonded, and insured to perform a number of tree services, including complete and partial tree removal, tree trimming, stump removal, stump grinding, commercial tree removal, and storm damage restoration. Our tree service specialists will describe the two primary ways of stump removal in this blog post: stump pulling and stump grinding. Continue reading to learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each of these strategies, and call our arborists to learn how we can assist you in maintaining a beautiful, manageable, and safe yard.
Stump Grinding Method 1
To begin, it's critical to remember that homeowners should never attempt to grind or remove a stump alone. Both of these methods of stump removal are somewhat involved and need the use of specialized machinery. Stump grinding entails the use of a strong equipment to grind the stump to the proper height, blending it smoothly into the surrounding landscape. While this eliminates the visual remnants of the tree, it leaves the tree's roots behind, which may result in sprouts, fungi, or the regrowth of the stump itself. While the roots will eventually die, it may take up to ten years for the process to occur.
Advantages and disadvantages
Rapid and effective
Significantly less invasive than stump removal
Environmentally friendly, as the remaining wood chips can be used as mulch.
Provides you with a blank canvas
More cost effective than stump removal
Unless performed by a team of qualified specialists, such as Season Tree Service, tree roots remain potentially messy.
Stump Removal Method 2
Occasionally referred to as "stump pulling," stump removal entails completely removing the tree from the roots up. Because stump removal is inconvenient and requires the application of considerable force, choosing a certified arborist is critical. While stump removal removes the stump entirely, it also leaves a large, unsightly hole in your yard that might be even more dangerous than the stump was. Season Tree Service is delighted to assist you with filling in the hole left by stump removal.
Advantages and disadvantages
Eliminates both the stump and the roots, eliminating the need to wait for prolonged root decomposition.
Typically more expensive than stump grinding More intrusive than stump grinding
Environmentally unfriendly, as the stump must be disposed of rather than reused
Contact Season Tree Service Immediately!
Enhance the aesthetic of your yard, create additional space, extend the life of your lawn mower, and keep your family safe with Season Tree Service stump grinding and stump removal services! As you may have seen from the preceding information, we normally advocate stump grinding as the most effective way of stump removal, but we are pleased to undertake stump removal as well. If you're unsure which approach is ideal for your case, or if you'd like to make a stump grinding or removal service, contact our tree professionals now!