As beneficial as landscaping trees can be for a house, there are a variety of reasons homeowners might choose to get a tree removed. Maybe the tree poses a danger of causing harm to your property and power lines. It could be located in an area where a new home storage structure, a building for storage, or a garden will be removed.
It could be that the tree has died or is suffering from the effects of the weather. If you've been a victim of tree removal either intentionally or not an ugly stump could be left. If that's the situation, there are a variety of alternatives to take into consideration.
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Perhaps the best option to remove a stump is to put it in a soil-covered area. This causes organic decay (rot). It is an entirely natural and environmentally-friendly method to degrade the stump. One potential downside, however, is the amount of time needed for this process to be completed. It is possible to estimate this by the dimensions of the stump to be removed.
If waiting for organic, natural decay is not feasible due to the time constraints that a homeowner might be faced with, another option in stump removal would be to make use of commercial chemicals to help with the breakdown process in an easier time frame.
You can also search online for various tree and stump removal services.