Tree Stump Removal
After removing the tree itself, we can ground the stump back to ground and treat to ensure it doesn't grown back.
It is advisable, once a tree has been felled to remove the stump to avoid fungi or root diseases from growing.
It is best to treat the stumps at the time when the tree has been removed since the chemical treatments are more likely to work on freshly cut wood, if this process is delayed then the stump will need further cutting for the chemicals to be effective.
If the stump is not treated, new shoots can emerge and the tree will continue to grow.
Small trees can usually be pulled out using specialist equipment, such as a winch or mini excavators can be used.
Stumps can be ground down, treated, and the roots will naturally rot.