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Our primary focus is stump grinding, along with wood chip/grinding debris removal; however, we offer a few additional services, depending on our schedule and the size of the job. See additional detail in the services listing below or contact us to discuss your needs.

Stump Grinding

Stump grinding is what most homeowners prefer. We use specifically-designed equipment to grind stumps below ground surface - enough to clear away its appearance and permit grass or other shallow plantings to be grown (about 5 to 8 inches, depending on homeowner plans/preference). 

Broken Trunk

Wood Chip/Grinding Debris Removal

The grinding process used typically results in a few wood chips, along with finer stump grindings. (Wood chip size/amount of debris depends on the size and species of the tree.) Normally, we leave the grindings (which mixes with topsoil); however, we can haul it away or, ideally, to another location on the property - for an additional fee. 

Fallen Tree/Debris Clean-up

We're here for you when the natural aging process or winds  cause limbs and trees to break - depending on size, location, and access of the debris, as well as the equipment required. 

Note: These services do not typically include removing the debris/limbs/logs from the property. We will, however, assist with moving such debris to a specified location on the property.

Cutting Woods
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Stump Removal

Stump removal is a more involved process that requires larger equipment, such as skid loader or backhoe, to uproot and remove the stump and main roots. This process typically leads to much larger holes, requiring back fill to be hauled in.

Soil/Topsoil Replacement

We can deliver and install replacement topsoil to fill any resulting holes, and can apply seed and fertilizer, upon request - both of which require additional fees.

Garden Soil
Collapsed Tree

Storm Damage Clean-up/ Assistance

We're also here for you when Mother Nature shares her devastating powers - again, depending on size, location, and access of the debris, as well as the equipment required. 

Note: Trees that are especially large, inaccessible, or hazardous, often require large equipment, including lifts and cranes, to ensure safe/smooth removal from your and/or neighboring property.

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