Arbor Operations’ team of arborists offer convenient stump removal and grinding services on Brisbane Northside. We can even recycle your unwanted tree stump into a fine organic mulch to enrich your garden and condition its soil.
It also eliminates the hassle of needing to mow around a tree stump when mowing your property. Since tree stumps can be a tripping hazard, stump grinding in Brisbane’s Northside will improve the safety and convenience of caring for your garden.
Termites can build a nest in your tree stump and tunnel toward your home. Stump removal in Brisbane’s Northside can be a helpful preventative measure to protect your home from invading termites and the costly damage they wreak on your home.
If your tree stump is not removed properly, the roots may still survive. Even if the tree stump is cut low to the ground, it may still produce new shoots out of its trunk and roots. This can eventually result in undesired tree growth.
Here at Arbor Operations, we make removing or grinding your tree stump easy. You can opt to have your stump removed as an individual service or as part of our tree removal and tree cutting service.Get In Touch With Us!
The difference is subtle but important. Stump grinding involves reducing a tree stump using a grinder that essentially mills the tree stump into small chips. North Brisbane Stump removal involves removing the entire tree stump, including its root system. Arbor Operations are experts in both techniques.
There is no size limit to the size of stumps we can grind or remove.
It depends on how you remove the tree stump. We can grind down your stump’s roots to prevent regrowth.
Of course. Simply let us know you’d like us to turn your stump into mulch for you.
Yes. When we remove and grind down tree stumps, we take special care to avoid disturbing your property and garden. Our team will clean up so that your property looks the same as it did before we started.
We are fully insured and work to the highest safety standards, following the Australian Standards and arboricultural best practices.