Stump removal used to be a long, arduous task. It was a job for professionals with lots of experience. But that’s no longer the case. There are several ways a person can remove stumps on their own, and they come in various shapes and sizes.
The best part? It can be done from the comfort of one’s home—no need to call in a professional! Here are the three easiest ways to carry out a stump removal:
- Use a chainsaw to cut down the stump as close to ground level as possible. A person will have an unsightly hole in their yard where the stump used to be at this point, but don’t worry! Just fill it with soil and plant grass seed on top for an instant lawn patch-up!
- Grind away at the stump with an angle grinder until there’s nothing left but sawdust (and hopefully not any fingers). This can take quite some time, but if one is willing to put in hours of elbow grease, this method may be right up the alley!
- A chemical injection into the stump is one of our favorite methods because it works fast! Call home for information!