Tree Stump Grinding Service
Rick’s Expert Tree Service and stump removal go hand-in-hand. There are many reasons to take stump grinding and stump removal seriously. First of all, when children are in the yard, they may not be paying attention to their surroundings, which can lead to unwanted incidents. Secondly, stumps can be a hassle to navigate around while doing tasks ranging from mowing the lawn to backyard sports. Additionally, many Bucks County residents find them unappealing to the eye. No one wants a stump protruding from their finely manicured lawns.
We look forward to treating your property with the same care we treat our own! We pride ourselves on keeping your yard healthy and beautiful year-round with our many services. Tree stumps on your property are unsightly. Why leave them when we can remove them with our remote controlled stump grinder? After we grind the stumps down 6-12 inches below the surface of the top soil, you are able to use that area of your property the stump used to take up by planting a new tree or shrubs, or just completing your yard with new grass. Let our professionals take care of the stump safely and efficiently for you.
We are known as “The Original Rick’s Tree Service of Bucks County,” and we’ve continually provided the most exemplary customer service in the industry over the last two decades. We operate morally and ethically by offering no contracts and requiring no payments until the job is done to your satisfaction.
Stump Grinding Options
Grind Stump, Rake Mulch into Pile: With our stump grinder, we will grind the stump and surrounding roots 6-12 inches below the soil. The stump grindings (mulch) will be neatly raked back into the hole where you can leave them to decompose into the ground for the next few months to create nice, fertile soil to replant a tree, shrub or grass.
Grind Stump, Remove Mulch, Soil/Seed: We will grind the stump and all apparent surface roots 6-12 inches below the soil and the stump grindings (mulch) will be raked back into the hole. We’ll then remove the mulch from the hole and fill it with screened and enriched topsoil. Finally, we’ll regrade, spread grass seed, fertilize, and finish the area off with straw so you can have a fresh new patch of grass.