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WHAT IS STUMP GRINDING?
Stump grinding is a process where a machine physically grinds a tree stump into smaller wood chips. This allows the resulting mix of dirt and wood chips to decompose over time and fill in the hole left by the stump. Because of this, it allows you to landscape over the top of where the tree previously was or plant sod. Over time, you won't know a tree had ever been there.
WILL MY TREE FALL?
Our estimators are very well-educated in tree health and are able to identify deficiencies that could be hazardous. If you have a tree you’re concerned about, we’ll come out and inspect it. During this time we look for symptoms of decay, weakly attached branches, cracks and splits, poor structure, saturated soils and root problems. We then can offer recommendations on either pruning or tree removal. If anything seems too complex, we also have an arborist on staff who can offer additional information needed to diagnose tree issues.
WHY SHOULD WE USE TREEWISEMEN?
We pride ourselves on quality and efficiency. Our client’s happiness is our top priority and we strive to go above and beyond to communicate the entire process, whatever it may be. We do this so our clients know exactly what to expect and when to expect it. This way, they will be left with a result they're happy with.
WILL MY GRASS AND LANDSCAPING BE DESTROYED?
Absolutely not. We use ground protection when necessary and all our equipment is low ground pressure, allowing machines to drive over grass and landscaped areas unharmed. If we ever think there may be an issue with existing landscape or problems in lower lying, wetter areas we will communicate this to you and offer our insight as to how to avoid any problems.
WILL YOU HELP WITH MY PERMIT?
In almost all instances we will apply for your permit. Certain plantations prefer the homeowner to apply, but we will walk you through the process and answer any questions if you have them.
WHAT IS MITIGATION?
If a homeowner elects to remove a tree that is not deemed unhealthy or diseased, usually they will be required to plant a mitigation tree or make a deposit to the tree fund. A mitigation tree is a healthy tree
that will be planted after the tree they elected to remove is removed. The plantations HOA will decide what species and how large the mitigation tree is. If the homeowner does not want to plant any more trees, they will have to donate to the plantation's tree fund. This is a fee the plantation charges and then uses to plant trees in common areas.
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