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Tree Stump Removal – An Integral Part of Tree Care

Posted on: May 13,2016

Often, when amateurs remove trees themselves they do not simultaneously undertake the tree stump removal as well. The reason for this is that roots from stumps run deep and it is very difficult to remove them with ordinary and regular tools. Slow burning them pollutes the environment. Some people even drill holes in stumps and pour in chemicals to liquidate the stumps but without much success usually. There are many who simply remove the tree and forget about the stumps. Over a period of time, these decay and rot away, soon becoming a breeding ground for termites and other pests. The space too is blocked without scope for planting fresh plants or flower beds.

Calling in professional tree care specialists will solve this issue in no time. Qualified and trained arborists use specialised equipment to quickly and effectively complete the tree stump removal which then allows for this space to be used for other purposes. The machines used by them come in different sizes and power ratings so that stumps of small and large stumps can be removed with ease. These machines can grind the stump to mulch in no time and this mulch will be available for you to use on your garden or property.

For expert tree stump removal services in Melbourne or its suburbs, call Daryl’s Tree Care and Surgery. Our trained arborists are experts in this field and have a range of equipment to effectively take out any stump, regardless of its size. We also undertake comprehensive tree care activities such as tree removal, trimming and pruning, transplanting and replanting of trees and preparation of arborists reports. We are ably guided by Daryl, our Managing Director who has more than 20 years of experience in tree care. He is highly qualified in this field and is a member of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).

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