Specific equipment is needed to grind a stump down and or remove it. The process can be dangerous, particularly if the person doing the worked is not adequately trained.
The removal of tree stumps is the process via which the entire mass of the stump, along with its root ball, is removed from the ground. Depending on the size of the tree, this can be a very difficult and labour-intensive process.
Stump grinding, on the other hand, is a process via which special machinery is used to grind the stump down until it is below ground level. Then, the area is filled with mulch or dirt. This process is simpler, which means it's often shorter and more cost-effective for homeowners.
Several factors contribute to the costs associated with tree stump grinding. Larger stumps require heavier and more complex equipment for successful grinding. Smaller stumps may be less difficult to grind; however, if they are near buildings, garden structures, mailboxes or in small confined areas, this presents additional difficulties that call for special equipment and specific skill. Also, when large tree roots are included in the grinding job, this may result in an increase in price.
Generally, the more complicated the job, the higher the costs involved; however, the experts on our network are able to offer fair and competitive prices.