Whether you recently bought a new home or you’ve lived in the same house for decades, Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal has the equipment and experience needed to get rid of your property’s unsightly stumps.

Unfortunately, many homeowners think that they have to live with stumps that create safety issues, take up space, and mar their land’s beauty. They think that they can’t get rid of tree stumps because they only have narrow entrances to their backyards.

How can they get rid of stumps when they only have small gates leading to their backyards?

Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal has the answer.

Stump Grinding in Hard-to-Reach Places

Years ago, Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal realized that homeowners were living with rotting stumps that they hated. They kept the stumps because they didn’t know that they had a good stump removal option.

When Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal learned about this problem, the company found a heavy-duty stump grinder that can get through a 36-inch gate. As long as you have a 3-foot entrance to your property, Walt’s has the right equipment to reach your stumps and eliminate them.

The stump grinder can also fit into tight spaces, such as areas between your house and fence.

Small Stump Grinders Can Tackle Big Jobs

Small stump grinders work just as hard as larger pieces of equipment. Whether you have an intrusive, 3-foot stump or a 3-inch stump that you just can’t get rid of, Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal has the right equipment for the job.

Our professionals get trained to grind stumps 4 to 6 inches below grade. That’s usually more than enough depth to kill the stump and encourage grass to grow. You don’t even have to pour poison into your stump. With a small, efficient stump grinder, you get rid of the old stump without introducing poison to your ground.

Get a Free Estimate From Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal

No job is too big or too small for Walt’s Tree & Stump Removal. Get a free estimate so you can learn how affordable it is to remove stumps when you hire a local business with years of experience.

Finally, it’s time to remove the stump that you thought you’d always have to live with.