Once we’ve removed a tree from your property, you will be left with a stump. Tree stumps can ruin your landscape’s visual aesthetic and are a safety hazard. If you plan on building or using the land around the stump in the future, you will need to have the stump removed. Tree Service Shreveport provides stump removal and stump grinding to remove your tree stump. Each service provides unique pros and cons. Which should you choose for your removal needs? Our customer service team is available today to help you decide which service is best for your needs and budget. Feel free to contact our customer service team today to learn more about stump removal and stump grinding.
Stump Removal Process
Stump removal involves using heavy equipment to fully remove a tree stump and all its roots from your property. The stump and roots are dug out of the ground. Backhoes and tractors will be used to dig the entire root system out. Once removed, the land is useable for almost anything. The tree will never grow back on your property. The process is intrusive and will cause disruption to your property. Root systems can be very large, and the entire system needs to be removed to ensure no future growth. Once we fully remove the tree stump, you can install pools, decks, patios and more.
Stump Removal Benefits
Stump removal fully removes the stump from your property. You are left with a clean slate on your property. You can build a new patio, driveway, walkways, garden or pool where the stump used to be. You won’t have to worry about roots re-growing or the stump decaying. Your property will be ready to use right after we finish the stump removal. If you plan to do any new construction on your property, you will have to use stump removal over stump grinding.
Stump Removal Negatives
While stump removal is better if you plan on building on the property, it does have negatives. Stump removal is costly. It involves heavy machinery and many more work hours than stump removal. If you need a cost-effective stump removal solution, stump grinding is a better option. Stump removal is also very intrusive to your landscape. We will need to dig the entire root system of the tree out of the ground. You’ll be left with a large hole on your property that needs to be filled.
Stump Removal vs Stump Grinding
Which stump removal should you consider? If you are planning to use the land for any type of construction, you will need to remove the stump. Once the stump and roots are removed you can build an addition to your home, an inground pool, driveways and patios safely. You won’t have to worry about the roots re-growing. If you need a cost-effective way to improve your landscapes beauty, stump grinding is a great option. We can help you choose which one will work best for your needs and budget. Give our team a call today for a free consultation.