Why should I get my tree stump removed?

Many people often wonder what to do with tree stumps after a tree is removed from their yard. You can leave the tree stump, and make it a decorative part of your yard, but most people would prefer to have the tree stump removed. We’re happy to provide tree stump removal and grinding to help you remove any wayward tree stumps. Here’s why you should consider removing that tree stump:

Reason 1: They don’t look nice

Unless your aesthetic is cottagecore, tree stumps don’t tend to look really nice, especially when occurring in the middle of a well-manicured lawn. Tree stumps can also decay with time and look even worse in front of your yard, especially if you spend a lot of time working on it. They can also pose an issue when mowing, since you have to go around them, and make you spend more time working hard since you have to bring out the weed whacker to get all of the long blades of grass around the base of the stump.

Reason 2: They’re a trip hazard

Having a tree stump in the middle of your backyard, especially if the stump is not very tall, can be a major trip hazard. Once covered with leaves or snow, you may forget that the stump is there and trip, fall, or injure yourself. Children may also be more likely to trip over tree stumps. A tree stump left near your driveway is just begging for a car to hit it and tear off your bumper… Most tree stumps are too low to see in your car when you get close. So why risk it?

Reason 3: New trees can grow

A tree stump, decomposing, is a perfect area for things to grow. New trees and saplings can take root in an old tree, as well as mushrooms that feed on decay. While these are mostly harmless, if you don’t like how they look and you don’t want them in your yard, you’d do best to have your tree stump removed.

Reason 4: Bugs love them

Beetles, ants, termites, and more… Tree stumps are perfect areas for these bugs to live and feed off of the dead and decaying wood. If you want to make sure that you’re not inviting buggy guests into your structures, you’ll want to ensure that you remove any tree stumps that are hanging around near your house, shed, or otherwise. 

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4 Reasons you should remove that tree stump

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10 thoughts on “4 Reasons you should remove that tree stump

  1. Thank you for pointing out why tree stump removal is important. You explained it very well. Just wanted to ask when to decide to remove a stump?

  2. Thanks for explaining to me how a tree stump can serve as a major trip hazard. My kids often play in the backyard and I don’t want to tend to injuries that can be avoided in the first place. I think that hiring removal services is the best course of action at the moment.

  3. Having a tree stump in the middle of your backyard could be the reason for removing tree stump.

  4. I read something you posted and I think it’s really important to share with your readers. You wrote a great article about the reason why we need to remove stump. I’m sure many of your readers will be interested in this tip as well.

  5. It really helped when you talked about tree stumps and how they endanger your property. Recently, my wife and I moved into another house, and we just realized how there’s a damaged tree stump in our backyard. We’ve almost tripped more than once, and we want it gone, so we’ll look into it. Thanks for the information on tree stumps and why they must get removed.

  6. Great Infographic about Stump Removal! Not sure why people may remove a tree and leave the stump behind. Stump removal usually isn’t expensive and it is really necessary to finish the job off! Quotes are free so reach out to a local company. And find out just how affordable it really is.

  7. I moved into a new home, and I’m trying to get the landscape all cleaned up. It makes sense that I would want to get a professional to remove the tree stumps that are sitting around. I can see how that would be difficult to do on my own.

  8. My dad planted a tree in his yard when I was born and it recently died, so we need to remove it. He is hoping to remove the tree himself, but I think that we need to find a professional. It’s good to know that having a tree stump can promote mushroom and mold growth.

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