Ever wonder what to do with those new or old rotting tree stumps? For some, it may be a charming garden feature to hold flower pots. But for others, tree stumps can become an eyesore. Unfortunately, they can also create problems over time.
Whether you have stumps in your garden or are removing a tree, here are some benefits you should consider if you are unsure of what to do with the stumps.
It creates more space in your garden, and it will look much more presentable.
By removing a stump, your garden will look tidier, which can positively impact the value of your property.
If you have young kids that love running around the garden, it may be a good idea to remove stumps to minimise the risks of tripping over them.
Removes any pests that can live in a decaying stump
A rotting stump is the best home for insects, and they can eventually spread to your home.
Stops new growth of small trees
New sprouts can start growing around the stump when slowly decaying.
Your gardening and mowing chores will be easier and enjoyable.
When mowing, chances are you might collide with the stump, and this can damage your equipment.
It is not recommended to remove a stump by yourself. You may cause damage to your garden and even your underground services like the fibre connection, natural gas line or more.
Contact our specialist team for professional stump grinding services. We have the proper equipment and training to remove different size stumps with ease and efficiency.
If you want your outdoor space looking like new, we would be delighted to help you achieve your goals.
For more information, please visit our Stump removal page.