Savannah Stump Grinding and Removal
Stump grinding and stump removal are two different processes. Once a tree is cut down, the stump remains. What should you do next? The following information should be able to help you make your decision.
The stump can be ground down to be flush with or slightly below the earth's surface and thus less of an obstruction in your yard. Once grinding is complete, a layer of topsoil can be added over the top of the stump so it blends in with the rest of the yard. This process is much cheaper than a full stump removal and many times, is all that needs to be done. If there is no future construction planned at the site of the felled tree, then stump grinding should be all that is necessary.
For areas where future building will likely occur, full stump removal may be required. When a stump is dug up, the stump and the large nearby roots are dug up and removed. The difficulty of the removal can be further compounded depending on the type of wood, type of soil, diameter of stump, age of root system and surrounding landscapes.
Regardless of the option you choose, Savannah Tree Company will conduct the job safely and professionally. Call today for a hassle free quote.