Once a tree has been cut down the remaining stump can become an eyesore, it can also prevent landscaping and installation of other features;
Just because the tree has been chopped down it doesn’t mean it is dead, shoots often grow from the stump as the tree tries to re-grow,
Roots may continue to grow and spoil pathways or ornamental walls etc.
Another problem with remaining tree stumps is Honey Fungus which can spread disease to other trees and plants in your garden.
We have been called out many times to remove a tree stump that has been treated when a chemical after the tree has been cut down;
unfortunately this method can take several years to work.
The stump is ground down to small wood chippings which can be used as mulch.
We use screening when using the stump grinder to stop any debris from damaging your property.