3 Generations Tree Service provides tree and stump removal for any size tree stump. We can remove your stump when we cut down your tree, or you can call us at a later date for stump removal. With our top of the line Vermeer stump grinding machines, we can remove any unsightly stump from anywhere on your property.
We own many different sized machines to handle stumps that are extremely large in size, or are located on a sloped hill, or a stump that is wedged in a narrow surrounding. We can leave the tree stump wood chips piled up for you to re-use as mulch, or haul them away for an extra charge.
Let the estimator know what your plans are for the area and he can give you your best options. Our customer’s intention for the new yard opening where the stump is removed will determine the specifications regarding how the stump will be removed. This will include how wide and deep to grind the tree stump roots. If a customer intends to re-plant, such as flowers, shrubs, bushes, or another tree, then the tree stump roots will need to be completely removed.
Why you want to remove or grind tree stumps?
- Spreading roots can threaten sidewalks or foundations.
- Prevents infestations of bees, wasps, hornets, termites, other insects, or even larger animals.
- Prevents further spreading of diseased wood to healthy trees and shrubs.
- Tree stumps are ugly and detract from the beauty and value of your home or business property.
- Exposed stumps have the potential to be a safety hazard for slip and fall injury lawsuits.
- Mowing your yard will be easier, faster and safer.
- A tree stump can damage lawn mowers.
- Burning or dynamite are just out of the question.
- Your yard will have a clean improved look and appear larger.
Why use us to grind out tree stumps?
- WE ARE INSURED. What happens if your gardener or one of the “helpers” gets hurt? Are they insured?
- Grinding is the easiest and most efficient way to remove tree stumps.
- Chemical applications can take many months or years to work.
- Our stump grinder can chew out the roots to well below the ground level.
- Grinding the stump is much faster and can usually be completed in well under an hour.
- Manually digging out tree stumps is extremely dangerous and labor intensive.
- If you dig out your tree stump with a shovel, you will still have the huge stump to discard instead of small chips.
- Most landfills will not accept tree stumps. Grinding will leave you with a controlled pile of small chips and dirt.
- Stump grinding will make a much smaller hole than digging out the stump.
- Grinding will cause less disturbance to the surrounding area and landscaping.
- You can use the mulch to landscape.
- Ground out stumps are less likely to start re-growth.