Tree stumps can be a nuisance, whether they’re in the way of a new lawn or patio, or at risk of regrowth.

Stump Grinding

Tree stumps can be a nuisance, whether they’re in the way of a new lawn or patio, or at risk of regrowth.

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Many property owners choose to have their tree stumps ground to avoid any future re-growth. Others to avoid a rotting stump becoming infested with white ants or other potentially harmful pests. It also reduces the risk of a trip hazard.

Do I need my tree stumps ground?

Grinding a stump after tree removal offers multiple advantages. It not only reclaims yard space but also creates a useful area for future tree replanting. Our process involves grinding the stump and surface roots to a depth of approximately 250mm to 300mm below the existing ground level.

Stumps may also get in the way of any future paving, landscaping or construction plans.  A stump that is left behind may also be a cause of tripping and injury, children and adults alike.

Bandit Grinder

Many individuals mistakenly assume that once a tree is chopped down at ground level it can be safely buried. However this belief does not always hold true. Certain types of trees have the ability to regrow from buried root material, which can pose a problem. To effectively address this risk of regrowth it is crucial to carry out the process of grinding the stump and surface roots. This careful step serves as a measure to ensure that any future growth is completely prevented. By taking this action you can confidently protect your property from regrowth and maintain a well managed landscape, under control.

If the tree was removed for construction projects like building a house or garage, leaving the stump behind can become a costly mistake years down the track that could have been prevented. At Argonauts Tree Service we can ensure that the stump is completely below ground by stump grinding the tree stump with our Bandit 2550 XP Stump Grinder.

We offer free inspection of stumps and a no-obligation quotation if work is required.

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