When stumps are left to rot they become a breeding ground for pests such as snakes, roaches, ants and even wasps nests. As the decay sets in the number of pest are guaranteed to increase.
Most jobs only require approximately 6-8 inches below the grade of the ground, however we have the ability to grind deeper. We also assess the need to grind roots both above and below the surface. Each job is customizable to the customer's needs and the future use of the ground.
For the last 20 plus years we have shaped this business to deliver the greater Chattanooga area top tier customer service at an unbeatable value. We know that our clients are given top tier customer service at a value that can not be found else where in this industry.
Yes! We have the capability to fit through a 36" gate. As our grinder is a stand-alone unit, capable of going where other equipment can not.
The size of the stump is no issue for us from 6 inches in diameter up to 10 ft our equipment can handle them all. Is your stump in a hard to access location? We have a solution for that as well, given the weight of our equipment our grinder can be picked by a crane and sat down in hard to access yards.
We carry insurance for all of our projects.
We purchased our first stump grinder in 2001. Over the years, we have upgraded equipment and expanded our services offered. We are proud to be serving the greater Chattanooga area.
We have 2 slope-clearing, forestry mulching, machines capable of mulching up to 8 inch trees on a 60-degree incline. We also have tractors for bush hogging and other land management needs.
Our forestry mulchers, which are MDB Green Climbers, weigh in under 6000 lbs. Traditional bobcats or skid steers begin weighing in over 10,000 lbs. Second, our machines are capable of mulching on 60 degree incline while mulching overgrowth and trees up to 8 inches in diameter. We often out perform manned forestry mulching units due to not only our operating weight but our field of view operating form a safe distance with a remote control.
Actually, no. It's more cost-effective to grind the stump vs. remove it.
Grinding starts at $250 and goes up depending on size, location, etc.
It can take as little as 15 minutes to grind a stump.
We can give estimates over the phone, although it is often we see the project in person.