This large stump was ground deeply and we were able to reuse the mulch nearby in the natural landscape. Stump grinding is the sure way to stop trees from growing back from the roots, without the use of chemical herbicides.
The root system of this large Oak is ground to 9’ diameter! The homeowner is now ready to seed the area. Leaving a slight mound of soil and mulch over the stump will compensate for settling which will occur later over the next few months.
This large Oak stump is now reduced to mulch and is ready for reuse around the landscape. Large uprooted stumps are not the enormous problem they appear to be. Our machine can quickly turn this stump into valuable compost for your landscape.
Today we removed over 60 small stumps. Soon, the lawn will be easy to mow! Stumps in the lawn can cause serious mower damage and may also be a tripping hazard. Consider stump grinding to reduce the risk.
For this homeowner, we removed an uprooted pine stump to reclaim a rear play space, damaged during a recent tornado. The wood chips were reused throughout the play area.
Flat Rock, NC
We removed a few large stumps at OnlyHopeWNC. The stump grinding will allow for easier driving and parking. This is a vital outreach for homeless youth in WNC that could use our help. Take a look: onlyhopewnc.org
We removed about 50 small stumps for a landscape renovation in an overhead power line easement. The Oak and Maple tree species will be replaced with native, low growing, Redbud, Dogwood and Serviceberry trees that won't affect the power lines in the future.
Today, we're removing a large, uprooted Oak stump lost in the recent tornado. The stump is now recycled to compost and will be a great soil amendment for the new garden planned for this area.
A young family desired to reclaim their small front yard by removing a large oak stump right in the center. We ground the 8' stump and root system to fine mulch for later use in the rear landscape.
A homeowner asked for help to remove a stump for a front lawn renovation. Careful stump grinding and hand raking will create fine, pulverized soil and wood chips - perfect for a new seed bed.
A homeowner lost a large oak tree during the recent tornado. We were able to grind the stump well below grade so they could easily renovate the lawn.
Here, we're helping a homeowner recover from the powerful EF-3 tornado that touched down earlier this Spring. We removed 7 large stumps and provided rough grading to help further prep the lawn for seeding later in the season.
Pisgah Forest, NC
We helped a homeowner restore the front lawn after a recent storm. We removed over 40 stumps in 2 days. With some additional raking and seeding, their lawn will be in great shape later this Fall.
Pisgah Forest, NC
Stumps can be removed on fallen, uprooted trees - even before the trees have been cleared.
A very large stump with extensive surface roots will usually create a large pile of pulverized chips and topsoil. This is a valuable material for use in natural areas of the landscape or a compost pile. Recycle your stump and put it to good use around your home!
Recently, we helped a homeowner expand their lawn by removing 14 large pine stumps. They hope to have more space for outdoor play.
Here we're removing a stump in the Cane Creek area. Give us a call if you're in the Asheville area!
Here, we were able to remove an uprooted stump that was nearly surrounded by existing mature shrubs. We tied back the existing plants to allow access for the stump removal. The mulch is now ready for reuse in the landscape.
Today, we ground 2 very large stumps to help a family make room for a new tree planting. They were sad to see the trees go, but hopefully a new tree will do well here and fill the space with shade again.
Laurel Park, NC
We were on top of the world, grinding stumps in Laurel Park, NC recently!
Laurel Park, NC
We were in Laurel Park again this month to help a homeowner clear stumps and several large shrub groups from the lawn. The clearing really enhanced their views to the surrounding woods.
Mill Spring, NC
Here, we're grinding a large Paulownia tree stump (Princess Tree). This tree is quite invasive and destructive to our forest. Consider replacing this tree with a native species if you find this on your property.
We were in Gaffney recently, helping a homeowner restore their landscape from storm damage. The pulverized soil and wood chips will be put to good use elsewhere in the landscape.