Alot of a tree or large bush/hedge is actually contained in the root system under the soil and when you fell a tree, you are often left with a large stump left in the soil as the picture shows.
There are 2 options available for you, grinding or removal which we will advise on the best technique.
Stump removal can be a difficult process depending on the size of the original tree and location of said tree. It is the process of removing the stump and the root ball of the tree which if left, can leave a large hole in the ground where once the tree stood. This can be filled and is easier to landscape the area once the process is completed.
Stump grinding can be a more economical process and involves the use of specialist equipment to chip away the stump to below ground level allowing only a small hole to be covered. The process does not touch the root ball of the tree which, overtime will decay naturally.
Which is best?
Covering East Devon from our Exmouth base, we are often asked this question. The honest answer is it depends on your needs but on the whole, stump grinding is a more popular option. With just a small bit of information however, we will be able to offer you advice on the best option and provide a quotation for you.