Stump Removal - Arborfolia

By: Arborfolia  09-12-2011

After a tree has been removed, sometimes it is beneficial to remove the stump, to facilitate future planting. This is done using a special machine designed to grind the stump and the main root system to a depth of no less than 8 inches. Backfilling and planting, re-seeding or sodding can also be provided.

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