Quality tree work

 

Once a tree has been removed, its actual stump may still be buried deep in the ground. If you do not remove it in time, it may sit there rotting and cause a range of issues. For one, it can easily become a home for ants, termites, and other pests. It can also get in the way of your landscaping and paving plans, or worse, it can be a safety hazard.

If your garden, grounds, or paddock has become a graveyard of unsightly (and unsafe) tree stumps, you need to hire a professional stump grinder!

Eddy Stump Grinding and Tree Service provide a range of stump grinding services across the entire Atlanta metropolitan area. We use the latest in equipment and machinery to remove stumps all of the sizes – both large, and small.

Reasons to Remove a Stump

After going through the trouble to have a tree removed, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to leave the stump sitting there. A few of the top reasons to remove stumps from your yard include:

    • They are Eyesores – No one likes gazing out into the yard and seeing old stumps dotting the landscape. They look even worse when weeds and other plants start growing on them, which inevitably happens over time.
    • They Take Up Valuable Space – Most people want the widest, clearest yards possible, and stumps really get in the way.
    • They are Hazardous – Some stumps are obvious, but others get camouflaged by grass, weeds and other plants and become tripping hazards. Nothing is worse than stubbing your toe on an old tree stump.

The best and safest way to remove a tree stump is by grinding both the stump itself and the tree surface roots. This minimizes regrowth, makes the area safe and leaves the ground ready for landscaping, or any use you require.