Stump Removal Basics
When you successfully remove your tree there is no reason to leave the stump behind. From a completely visible point of view stumps are not attractive. They lessen the value of your property, and create inconsistencies in its appearance. With time plant life begins to engulf your stumps as well and they look even worse.
When you imagine your beautiful yard, do you picture a random stump in it? The answer is usually no. You want the farthest reaching most even ended yard passible. In fact when stumps age, they become covered in bark, moss, plants, weeds, and even infestations. Due to their natural camouflage they are enemies of safety. Tripping is a genuine risk when you don’t remove your stumps, this can be especially dangerous if you have kids.
All stumps are different in size and shape, this means some are naturally harder to excavate than others. Age and size are the two biggest factors in regards to the difficulty of removing a stump. After removing your stump it can be grinded down into compost. This is an excellent way to get some use out of your stump post removal. Compost is an effective mulch, and fertilizer.