The short answer to this question is that yes, stump grinding can be dangerous, but under most circumstances, it isn’t.
The nature of tree removal is highly dangerous. In spite of that, a competent tree cutting crew can remove thousands of trees without incident.
Stump grinding is more economical and practical than excavating a stump. But the fact remains that stumps are stubborn, and you need some serious horsepower to get rid of them.
We wish we could give you an exact estimate on the time it will take to do your stump; that would make running our business that much easier.
Stump removal is a great way to add a little usable space to your yard. Today, we want to share with you a few ways you can save money on your stump removal:
The end result of a stump grinding job is a pile of shredded wood. If you need us to, Snohomish Tree might haul the waste for you.
There's basically two ways to remove stumps from your yard: grind them out with a stump grinding machine, or dig them out with an excavator.
The stump grinder is a mobile machine that spins a large, heavy duty circular saw wheel. The teeth on the blade break the stump into chunks.
We covered what to expect in tight quarters in this where we briefly mentioned taking down a tree down in sections. But if your situation demands this, you’ll need to know a bit more about this specific type of tree removal.
We wish more homeowners would use Chip Drop. Why? Because we often dispose of brush (in the form of chips) and logs for our customers.
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