Ed’s Tree Service is licensed and insured for tree stump removal in Rockville, Maryland and will make the process as quick and easy as possible.
Stump Removal Process for your Rockville Property
Our services include large or small stump removal:
- Small stump removal: Small stump grinding machine are self-propelled and designed to fit through 36-inch-wide openings. We will grind the stump down 2-6 inches below the surface.
- Large stump removal: We will grind the stump down 12 inches below the surface to destroy the root ball using a stump grinding machine that will arrive at your property trailered by a pickup truck.
Both processes include grinding an additional foot of surrounding ground to reach the roots. Next, we will turn the ground stump into mulch to re-fill the hole. We also offer the option of replacing the ground stump with topsoil and seed for an additional charge.
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Reasons for Stump Removal in Rockville, Maryland
The appearance of your garden– Old tree stumps can be an eyesore on your lawn. For many, they are even considered worse than weeds and other unwanted plants, which will inevitably grow on tree stumps if they are not removed. Professionally removing old tree stumps with Ed’s Tree Service can improve the overall appearance of your yard.
- Create space– Old tree stumps can take up valuable space in your garden and removing them can help give you the widest and clearest yard possible, allowing extra space for activities or planting new things.
- Remove hazards– Over time, when weeds or grasses grow over your stump, they become more difficult to spot in your yard and can easily become a tripping hazard. They can even cause damage to your mower if you try to clear the weeds and grass from them.
Choosing a professional tree service like Ed’s Tree Service for your Rockville stump removal needs will give you peace of mind that the process will be taken care of professionally and safely.
Did you know? Learn a little more about Rockville, Maryland:
Rockville is one of Maryland’s oldest towns, with its origins dating back to Colonial America. During Revolutionary times Rockville was known as Hungerford’s Tavern, the name of its most familiar business and landmark.
Rockville has grown very rapidly since its founding, from a leisurely, agriculturally-oriented county seat to a cosmopolitan city of many neighborhoods. It is home to a well-educated population and serves as an employment center for national biomed corporations, the federal government and county government.