Tree Stump Grinding Services
We Offer Tree Stump Grinding Services & Stump Removal Services in Middlesex & Essex Counties, MA
Stump grinding is the most economical way to remove tree stumps and minimize the amount of damage to your property. Our stump grinding professionals use the right equipment and techniques to tackle the most stubborn stump and root situations.
At East Coast Tree Service, we have multiple sizes grinders giving us the edge when it comes to stumps located in hard to get places, or old growth stumps that are many feet in diameter. Our technicians are trained to identify underground utilities that may pose a safety risk, and work with utility companies to avoid costly damage, or serious injury. Proper barrier protection is also used while grinding to avoid debris getting airborne and potentially causing damage or injury. Whether we are grinding surface roots or grinding the entire stump, our technicians take pride in treating your property as if it was their own.
East Coast Tree Service provides Stump Grinding services for homeowners in Eastern Massachusetts towns which include but not limited to: Andover, Bedford, Boxford, Billerica, Burlington, Chelmsford, Dunstable, Dracut, Georgetown, Lexington, Lawrence, Lynnfield, Lowell, Medford, Melrose, Methuen, Middleton, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Reading, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Tyngsborough, Wakefield, Westford, Wilmington, Winchester, Woburn.
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What happens to roots after stump grinding?
Although stump grinding does not actively remove your tree’s roots, you shouldn’t have to worry about them. Following stump grinding, your tree’s roots should eventually die and decay to become part of the soil.
What should you do after a tree stump grinding service?
Following a tree stump grinding service, you should clear out stump grinding debris from the area generated from grinding the stump. It will take time for the remaining roots to decompose. Fill the remaining hole with topsoil and put down grass seed or mulch.