Reliable stump grinding and removal services in London
Eliminating the risk of garden insect pest issues, such as termite, ant and beetle infestations, due to decaying tree stumps!
- Safer outdoor space, free of hazardous obstructions
- Fully qualified and insured tree surgeons near you
- Premium stump grinding tools and equipment
- Simple online booking and flexible booking schedule
What does the stump grinding and removal service entail?
Fantastic Gardeners work with certified, skilled, and fully insured arborists, whose proven, extensive expertise makes them a second-to-none choice when it comes to stump removal jobs.
With us, your stump grinding service will be executed in a safe and efficient manner to meet the highest of your expectations. Our expert stump removal services are designed to eliminate the stump of a tree that has been cut down. We follow all industry-standard practices and perform the required survey to pinpoint and avoid any underground utilities if needed during the removal process.
The stump removalists will use advanced, high-powered machinery to grind the tree stump, regardless of its size. The machine has both above-ground and underground cutting capacity, meaning the tree stump will be removed with minimum disruption of the landscape. The technicians can fill the hole and level the ground, as well as clear the site from all debris, upon request. Up to 180l of organic waste disposal is included in the service. So, it’s up to you if you wish anything extra to be discarded at an additional cost or you’d rather have the sawdust turned into mulch or compost for your future gardening needs.
Note that we also specialise in professional tree felling and removal services, so if you need a tree removed for any reason, you can count on a team of arborists to cut the tree, remove the stump and grind it, according to your requirements.
What are the risks of leaving a tree stump behind and when should you remove it?
Not removing a tree stump from your garden plot can cause a variety of problems. Firstly, it is a hazardous obstacle, especially if you have small children, who may trip while playing in the garden. In addition, the stump can initiate the onset of tree rot, fungal infection, and mildew, which can easily affect other plants and vegetation.
Also, stumps left in the ground can produce new shoots from the base during the growing season, making them even more unsightly looking among your well-cared-for plant varieties or on your neatly trimmed lawn.
And last but not least, the remnant of a cut-down tree can harbour a colony of ants or termites, as well as wood-boring beetles and other insects, which would not take long to cause a full-blown infestation. This can compromise the integrity of your property or have an adverse effect on your plant life.