How to Remove a Tree Stump by Hand
Summer is wrapping up, and there is a lot of activity in the tree removal world right now. All those busy arborists are leaving a trail of stumps in their wake, and homeowners are on the hunt for ways to remove the stumps. Dead stumps on your property can attract insects and pests in search of a home, so it is usually best to get the stumps out of there.
If you are one of those property owners needing to get stumps out of the way, you have a few choices. You can manually dig out the remnants, use a stump grinder, or try a chemical stump remover. Each option will get the desired result but in very different ways and on very different timelines.
The No-Chemical Solution
If you want a good workout and a natural stump removal option, then the manual method is right for you. Removing a tree stump by hand works best on small to medium-sized stumps. Here’s how to tackle this project:
As you can see, removing a tree stump by hand is a simple process, but that doesn’t mean it is easy work. With the right tools and a strong back, however, you can have an all-natural stump removal method. And truthfully, sometimes doing a little hacking and chopping can feel pretty good.
But if you would rather have someone do the work for you, reach out today to Rochester Stump Removal. We’re your stump experts in the Rochester area and are eager to get the job done.
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