Does it feel like you're tripping over the same stump every time you go outside to enjoy your yard? Has it been there for what seems like an eternity and you've finally gotten tired of it being there? In your frustration, it can be all too tempting to simply grab a shovel and get to work unearthing this annoyance. While this is certainly an option, the reality is that there is a much better way for most people. Instead of digging it up, consider having it ground down for the following reasons:
Time: Digging up a stump with a shovel is something that can take days or even weeks to accomplish. Even a relatively small stump can have a surprisingly large root structure hidden underneath the surface. You could wind up digging a huge hole just to get to a point where you can cut the smaller roots and free the stump itself. Once that's done, you still have to somehow get the stump out of the hole somehow and then fill the hole back in. In contrast, the process of stump grinding is one that typically takes less than an hour to complete. You probably spend more time waiting for a pizza delivery to arrive than you will for the professionals to finish the job once they start.
Convenience: You probably already have what feels like a million chores and errands that need to be completed. Even thinking about adding in digging up a stump is probably what resulted in the stump being left behind in the first place. Nobody has had time to deal with it. Fortunately, the speed at which stump grinding is completed means that you may not even have to take an extra day off of work to deal with the situation. Once it's done, you can immediately go back to what needs to be done, but now your property will be stump-free.
Money: Although shovels don't cost all that much, all of the other equipment that is necessary for the task of pulling a stump out can quickly add up to be hundreds or thousands of dollars. Chains, various types of saws, and other safety equipment is all needed. Add this to the cost of driving back and forth to acquire all of these things, and you'll soon see that professional stump grinding is going to be not only the most convenient option, but will also be the least expensive one as well. Talk to a company like Tree Landers to get started.Share
21 October 2019
I love and appreciate all of the trees around my home, but I do worry about what will happen during a strong storm. Will I get rudely awakened by by a tree crashing through the roof into my bedroom? Will a tree fall and take down the power lines that my family relies on each day to live our comfortable life? This blog will show you what you need to know before you go cutting down all of the trees on your property to maintain a safe living space and advice for picking and choosing the trees that will remain.