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In some cases, digging out a Tree stump removal can cause structural damage to your house. This is where a stump grinder comes in handy. This machine consists of a spinning blade fitted with tipped teeth that chew away stumps. Take note that a grinder can only work up to a limited depth (usually 10 to 12 inches below ground level). If you do not have a grinder at home, you can hire one or pay tree removal in Edmonton contractor to do the work. When using the grinder, make sure there are no children or people standing nearby because the spinning blade tends to send debris flying all over the place.
Stumps vary in size and depends on how you analyze every different stump before performing the stump removal. Some people would ask family members for advice and tips before starting. A stump digger is a must because it would take away the unnecessary time and energy wasted doing it manually with a small digging tool.
Also another thing factored in tree and stump removal cost is the number of branches in the tree. Normally, a tree with so many branches means that more cutting needs to be done. Also, know that too much branches make a tree look bigger. You should try to trim your trees regularly so they don’t attract too much price tag when you call on tree service companies. There are some extra costs incurred as well. The company will charge you extra money to remove the stumps, pull the logs and chip the branches.
It’s crucial to identify the problem in time so you can save the trees. Professional tree disease treatments can help protect your landscape investment and enhance your property value.
During the tree removal process, a professional will first check the surrounding area for obstacles that may be damaged as the tree falls. He or she will take into account which way the tree naturally leans, since this is the direction it will most likely fall. Sometimes, large branches should be removed first, and then the entire structure is cut at the stump. One important aspect is the formation of two escape routes – one to be used if a natural fall occurs and a second if it begins to fall the other way.
Next, cover the stump with organic compost and place a black plastic sheet over it, making sure to add a weight to it doesn’t blow away. The plastic absorbs sunlight, which heats the compost, thus speeding up the decay process. Repeat the process every couple weeks until the pine is completely decomposed.