After a tree is cut down, removing the stump is highly recommended to protect your property. Removing tree stumps for your landscape may not seem like a necessary task, but you could very well be saving yourself a great deal of trouble. Stump grinding is the perfect solution to getting rid of tree stumps on your lawn when nature is taking its time or if you have space or safety considerations. Depending on the breed of tree and weather conditions, a tree stump can last on your lawn for approximately 3 years to more than 10 years before they completely decompose. RJ Clements Stump Grinding has the tools and experience you’re seeking to eliminate them in affordable and efficient procedures.
Protection from Accidents
If you’ve ever tripped over the root of a tree, then you know how easy it is to overlook tree stumps, and that their presence can be an accident waiting to happen. But perhaps you had a tree with a very wide and deep root system, making it impractical and expensive to completely remove it from your lawn. This is when stump grinding can protect you and others visiting your property. After stump grinding, mowing the lawn won’t be a treacherous task and your children can play freely without fear of a trip to the emergency room after headlong falls over tree stumps.
Tree stumps make great homes for insects and growing bacteria that can infect other parts of your landscaping. That’s because long after a tree is cut it still gives off nutrients that can feed pests. Stump grinding is an effective strategy for getting rid and preventing of tree stump the likelihood of pests like beetles, carpenters ants and termites. When you leave tree stumps to decompose on their own, you may be leaving your home vulnerable to infestation. Exterminating pests like termites is an extremely difficult and costly task that you can avoid by using prevention methods like stump grinding.
New Growth Prevention
Though you may have cut down a tree, leaving only the stump behind, it is still quite capable of growing. In fact, some tree varieties due to their hardwood can take as long as 10 years to naturally decompose, despite having been cut down to a stump. Even if you cut a tree very low so that its stump is barely visible, you may discover during over time that small branches have managed to grow in what you thought was a dead tree.
How We Grind Tree Stumps
Stump Grinding is part of RJ Clements Stump Grinding core business as the premier tree maintenance service in Brevard County, Florida. We use the latest equipment to efficiently and safely grind down tree stumps of any size. No tree stump is too large or too small for our team to make short work of in order to prepare your landscape for your plans. At the end of stump grinding, we will leave you with wood chips that are an environmentally friendly source of ground cover or mulch.