Stump Grinding Pros
Trees offer an elegant look and feel to any property, whether commercial or residential. Tree maintenance, however, is quite a challenging task. Neglected trees go in a constant state of decline, decay, and eventually die. Tree removal becomes the last option for such trees.
Once a tree is taken down, it leaves a stump behind in the soil. It will draw unwanted attention from rodents, insects, and harmful pests if you keep it on the field for too long. It will slowly start to decline and make your properties seem uninviting. The obvious solution is to contract a service provider for the stump grinding to ensure you get rid of them once and for all. At Boynton Beach Pro Tree Trimming and Removal Team, we employ the latest methodologies for stump grinding.
What Methods Do Professionals Use for Stump Grinding?
An arborist will assess the situation and then come up with the best and most suitable stump grinding option for your property. The following are some of the top choices for stump grinding.
If you’re a fan of the standard methods, the chemical solution may just be the best for you. An arborist will speed up the decay process by making a few holes and filling them with potassium nitrate. Nitrogen-rich products boost the growth of fungi, which will decompose the stump from the inside until it becomes easy to remove. Just be sure to keep your children and pets out of the field during the entire procedure.
Stump Grinding with Fire:
In this method, the arborist will drill many holes of wide diameter into the stump and dump in some gasoline or another type of fuel. Alternatively, put a burnt match in every spot. You’ll see it smoldering for days, and the roots should be charred in about two weeks. After this, the remaining stump can easily be removed from the soil.
Use A Mechanical Grinder:
A piece of mechanical equipment called a grinder, helps the left-over stump to be removed with ease. Wear long sleeves, long pants, boots, and sunglasses, if you choose this method. The grinder will cut off the stump piece by piece until it is entirely removed.
Manual Stump Grinding:
If the stump is not that heavy, then an arborist can attempt to cut it down manually. You may begin by digging a trench around the base and then cutting the roots using an ax or a circular saw. However, this approach is complicated and time-consuming and is, therefore, only appropriate for small stumps.
Why Should You Choose Us for Stump Grinding?
At Boynton Beach Pro Tree Trimming and Removal Team, we believe in removing trees and grinding stumps without hurting the surrounding ecosystem. We believe that everything can be done while preserving the natural beauty of the landscape.
If you want to know more about us, you can quickly contact us today. Get in touch with us to get an estimate for stump grinding on your residential or commercial property. We look forward to answering your questions and addressing your queries.