Tree works are not completely done after chopping it down. There remains a stump that has to be removed separately. Truth is, chopping down a tree is the easy part. What really requires an effort and expertise is removing the stump. With the proper technique and method, professionals can get the job done more quickly and easily. There are a handful of viable options available for clients. So why do we have to remove a stump? It doesn’t make a lot of sense to leave the stump after going through the trouble of removing a tree. First, these stumps are eyesores. No one likes gazing out into ones yard and seeing old stumps dotting a landscape. It even gets worse when other plants and weeds start growing on them, which eventually will happen. Stumps also take up valuable spaces. Sometimes, they are also hazardous. Camouflaged by grass, weeds and other plants, they become a tripping hazards. There are stumps that are easier to remove than others that is why we offer different techniques and method of removing them. Knowing the right techniques and methods will make things a lot easier in the long run. Say for example, pine tree roots which are relatively wide, flat and shallow tend to be easier to remove than the long and deep decidous trees. You may be asking, what makes a stump easier to remove? For one, the age and size of the tree are your best indicator to assess removal difficulty. It is as simple as this, the older the stump, the easier to remove. The following method can be used to remove stumps: grinding, by hand, chemical removal, burning a stump, and rotting.