Why Remove a Stump? Although this seems self explanatory,
maybe you do not know ALL the reasons.......
1. Stumps are a liability issue:
The cost to remove your
tree stump (s) from your property can become one of
your best investments from a liability legality associated with foot injuries
and tripping hazards usually from recreational activities in your own yard or
municipal parks, private institutions and retail business establishments.
2. Stumps ruin the beauty of lawns and xeriscape yards:
A stump on aesthetically
designed grounds can diminish the overall appearance greatly.
Stump removal is the best option in order to regain and achieve the artistic
3. Stumps are a haven for termites:
Termites feed on dried or
rotting wood materials such as tree stumps,
cardboard boxes and woodpiles. This makes it all the more important to remove
your stump (s) from your property to help prevent wood insects,
& black ants & beetles
from colonizing and spreading out to any nearby houses or other wooden
4. Stumps damage lawn equipment:
A stump partially or
fully covered in grass or soil can wreak havoc on lawn
equipment and especially mowers.
Nicked, chipped or bent blades caused as a
result of mowing over an overlooked stump can increase the cost of maintenance
as well as shorten the productivity and the life of the equipment.
5. Stumps contribute to damaged sidewalks, driveways and foundations:
Stump removal is a must
before any replacement work is initiated on these
types of hardscape settings so repair projects will not need to be redone.
So now you know "The Rest Of The Story" - we know you
value your property whether it is Residential or Commercial. An ugly stump or
two can also lower your appeal to any potential buyers of your home or make
possible customers of your commercial business go somewhere else - why risk
So Contact Us today we will
provide an Express Quote right to your door.
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Here's how we calculate them.
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take care of that for you too.
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