Unlike stump grinding, which leaves some roots behind, stump removal aims to eliminate all traces of the tree from the landscape. This process often involves the use of heavy machinery to pull the stump from the ground, or it may require digging around the stump to expose the roots for cutting.
Once the stump and the roots are removed, the hole is filled in with soil, leaving a flat, clear area. While stump removal is more labour-intensive than stump grinding, it offers a comprehensive solution for those looking to clear their land of any remnants of the tree.
Stump grinding is a critical aspect of tree removal that deals with the remnants left behind after a tree has been cut down. The process involves a specialised machine, reducing the stump to small woodchips and sawdust. This removes a portion of the stump and also grinds down the root system beneath the surface. The wood chips produced can be used for gardening or landscaping. This process is a crucial step in ensuring that the land is usable post-tree removal.
Tree cutting requires careful planning and precise execution to ensure the safety of both people and nearby structures. Our team will carry out the process using specialised equipment like chainsaws, ropes, and sometimes cranes. Our team will not only improve the aesthetic of the tree but also maintain the health of other trees and vegetation in the area by preventing the spread of disease or pests.