In the unfortunate situation where your tree needs to be completely removed, a stump will be left it its place. We employ power stump grinders to make mulch and wood chips out of the existing stump, no matter how big or small. Let us help improve the look and design of your residential or commercial lawn by removing the left over stumps of fallen or dead trees.
Did You Know?
Most trees begin life with a taproot – a straight tapering root that grows vertically down and from which other roots sprout. But after a few years the main root system changes to a wide-spreading system with mainly horizontal growing surface roots and only a few vertical, deep anchoring roots.
Absorbing roots are the small fibrous primary tissues growing at the end of and along main woody roots. They have epidermal cells that may be modified in to root hairs, which aid in the uptake of water and minerals.
Selecting the right tree for the right site increases the tree's chances of survival; reduces the ongoing maintenance costs of pruning, modifying soil, fertilization, and pesticide application. A well selected and planned planting can mean the tree could be around for generations.
Take the tree you removed into consideration when deciding whether or not to remove a stump. Some stumps will just die and rot and others will continue to grow roots in the yard in an attempt to grow another tree.