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Stump Removal Vs. Grinding

Just because you don’t see it, doesn’t mean it’s not there.  If there is a stump within the preparation area for a building, it is always proper to remove the stump along with the major roots by excavating, not grinding.  Grinding works fine if you are ridding the lawn of an unsightly blemish without upsetting a large area; however, the process of grinding will most likely leave a large majority of the stump and many major roots to deteriorate over time.  This deterioration under a building will create a hollow area that may very well compromise the building perched above it.  The excavated area must be filled and compacted with the proper compactable material.

Jamie Bird

Jamie Bird

Owner, General Manager, CEO, CFO

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