Stump Grinding

Whether you have one stump or one-hundred stumps, REDCo can help!

Tired of mowing and weed eating around ugly stumps, give us a call for all your stump grinding needs!
Here at REDCo we can offer affordable prices with quick and reliable service to help get those stumps gone for good.

Facts about stumps:
Did you know that stumps attract termites that can migrate to your home or business and cause costly damage?
Did you know that stumps from diseased trees can still spread to other near by healthy trees?

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Benefits of stump grinding!

Improve Aesthetics and Regain Space. Tree stumps can make an otherwise tidy, well-kept yard look neglected.
Avoid Accidents and Inconvenience. While a tree stump might not seam dangerous, it can be a major trip hazards for anyone.
Stop stump sprouting.

So, while you can opt to leave the stump and let it rot, the critters that come along in the process might spread out to other plants and trees in your yard or even invade your home. (removing the stump, or grinding it down, it is the best way to avoid these pest problems.
What happens if you don't grind a tree stump? And if left untouched, a tree stump and roots will start to rot and, overtime, become home to pest, fungi, and other organisms. And sometimes the roots will keep growing.

Do roots grow after Stump Grinding? This is a common question asked by many homeowners who are looking to get a tree stump removed. The answer is that no, roots cannot resprout after the stump has been ground down. What happens to the roots is that they will slowly start to deteriorate over time.

Is stump grinding permanent? Grinding is a permanent solution to the problem of stumps left after tree removal. If if done correctly and by a professional, there is no trace of the stump left other than a few stray wood chips. One major benefit of grinding is that it does not require any heavy machinery such as tractors or back hoes.

How much of the stump should I leave? Protect your lawn from decay and pest. Or worse, the wood in your home might even be at risk! A tree stump can also grow fungi, which is dangerous for pets and small children. It is best to get the entire stump removed to prevent decay, mold, or infected wood from spreading. The health of your yard depends on it.