Stump Grinding & Stump Removal

Cutting down & removing a tree is only half of a tree removal job – the remaining stump must be dealt with as well.

A tree stump can be disposed of in one of two ways – removal or grinding. Depending on the size of a tree, the extent of its root system and other considerations, you may choose either of those options to remove an unsightly stump from your property. Precision Cutting Services has the equipment and expertise to remove or grind stumps for trees of any size.

tree-removal Stump removal involves cutting off the root system, then digging the bulk of the stump out and lifting it away with a crane.

Removal can be difficult or impossible with large and old trees, which have root systems that are just too hard to take out. Stump grinding lets you avoid having to dig – after cutting off all the parts of the tree that we can remove by conventional means, we then use a machine to grind and shred the stump into mulch and chips. Afterwards, soil or fertilizer covers the stump, and that’s the last you will see of it. The chips that result from the grinding operation can be used as mulch or decoration for the rest of your yard.

Tree removal

Tree cutting is difficult and dangerous work, and if it isn’t done properly, the process can result in injury to the person/people cutting the tree, as well as damage to structures or objects nearby. This is why you should entrust tree cutting and removal to professional tree companies that have the experience necessary to carry out the whole process in a clean and safe manner.

Even if the falling tree itself doesn’t cause damage, trucks and other removal equipment can leave your property in a state of disarray, with deep tracks in the ground and damage to fences or plants. This is why we at Leaf It To Us Tree Service take every possible precaution to assess the property beforehand and use all means necessary to leave it in as good a state as we found it in.

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