The safest and most environmentally friendly method to remove tree stumps and roots.
The high-speed cutter wheel grinds the stump and roots into small wood chips. The grinder has minimal impact on the surrounding area compared to pulling or using excavation equipment.
Once ground, the hole can be refilled with soil and replaced with grass or plants. The by-product of wood chips can be used in the garden or will breakdown naturally overtime returning nutrients to the soil.
When a tree is removed, the stump that remains should be removed as well in order to prevent regrowth, termites, and root rot and decay.
Why are tree stumps so hard to remove?
As a tree ages, it’s roots grow deeper into the ground seeking stability and groundwater. This makes it nearly impossible to remove the stump without heavy machine assistance.
Common reasons people choose to remove tree stumps are;
Safety hazard, especially once it’s not obvious to see.
Take-up garden space.
Unappealing to the eye.
Prevent regrowth or rot.