The Greyt Grinders tree stump grinder is a new RAYCO RG45 TRAC. Watch the below video to see just how well it works.
How deep we grind the tree stump below ground level depends upon the size and type of tree ie. pine, oak, maple, poplar, hickory. Grinding to about eight inches below grade is standard however we generally grind deeper to 12 to 16 inches below grade. This is done to allow replanting in the same spot.
No, our machines weigh little more than garden tractors and travel on large turf tires. If the ground is hard enough to walk on, it’s solid enough for our equipment. In case of extremely wet or soft conditions, we will inspect the site before working and contact you with alternative suggestions. For some very large stumps, it is necessary to use larger equipment, in which case we will also contact you to discuss options.
It’s much safer to hire a professional with the proper equipment than to use a shovel and a chain. Grinding will not damage as much of the surrounding terrain and plantings. Stump grinding results in usable mulch.
We do not haul off mulch. Please see previous questions for recommended uses of the mulch created by the stump removal process.
Only if you request it, otherwise we backfill with the mulch produced from the stump grinding process.
No, the remaining stump and underground roots will eventually decay and change to dirt.
Uprooted trees need to be estimated onsite by one of our technicians.
No, most times the average rental fee is $275.00/day NOT including your time and fuel.