Stump grinding Hamilton

If you have just removed a tree on your property and are now looking to get the stump removed, we have the necessary equipment and knowledge to do the job safely. 

Do you have stumps on your property and wondering what to do with them? If you leave them in your garden, you may have these issues overtime:

  • Becoming a tripping hazard for your family.
  • A decaying stump doesn’t look pretty in your garden. 
  • Rotting stumps become a hub for pests like termites, causing them to spread to your healthy trees and shrubs on your lawn. 
  • Harder to plant new trees.

We can do it all from council parks, schools and streets to backyards, rural properties and complete subdivisions. So whether your project is commercial or residential, large or small, Marc Doyle Treework stump grinding Hamilton is the team for you.

We are equipped with three stump grinders at Marc Doyle Tree work to remove large and small stumps with ease and efficiency. Our machines have the power and speed to grind any stump and roots into small chips, resulting in a mixture of wood chips and soil for excellent garden mulch. In addition, the small Toro Stump Grinder can access those hard-to-reach places to fit through a gate. 

We recently added a new grinder to our collection, the Rayco RG55t-R. This machine is on tracks and can squeeze through backyard gates. The wireless remote control allows us to grind stumps with precision. See it in action on our social media.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is left behind after grinding the stump? 

A small pile of wood chips from the stump ground is left in the hole on-site.

What is the reinstatement option? 

We remove the stump grind chippings from the ground hole. Then, we bring the hole back up to grass level with a fresh screened topsoil and gently compact—a seed area to finish if required. 

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