Here at All Tree Solutions, we use the highest quality, industry-grade equipment for tree stump removal and land clearing services throughout the Central Coast. Our professionals can help you clear vegetation and tree stumps in Killcare, Bateau Bay, Ourimbah, North Avoca and Matcham, as well as Kariong, Mangrove Mountain and Somersby.
To ensure an efficient site-clearing process, our arborists use 5-tonne excavators with mulching heads and rotating log grab attachments, plus a range of specialised equipment. Our state-of-the-art stump grinding and land clearing machinery include:
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Our excavators are great for tree stump removal, land clearing, and a variety of small and large-scale outdoor projects. Due to their versatility and strength, our excavators can rid your property of unwanted vegetation, in high and low areas.
Our excavators are fitted with a mulching head to effectively remove tree stumps and roots while removing above-ground growth. The mulching head can be used to slash and remove small undergrowth, such as privet and lantana. We aim to deliver faster stump removal and land clearing to help get your building site prepared for development.
All vegetative waste will be efficiently removed and disposed of. Any rocks present at the site will also be removed. For an obligation free quote on our stump grinding services and more, contact the arborists at All Tree Solutions today!
As well as tree stump removal Central Coast homes and businesses can depend on, the team at All Tree Solutions also offers stump grinding. This technique is a less disruptive way of managing a tree stump, in comparison to complete removal. Stump grinding, as the name suggests, involves nipping away small chunks of the trunk, using specialist machinery. This process gradually whittles away the tree trunk until it’s level (or slight below) the surrounding ground surface.
Once stump grinding has been completed, it’s virtually impossible for the tree to grow back. The remaining roots will gradually decompose into the surrounding soil. Customers are left with a flat surface that’s ready for alternative use.
Tree stump removal involves the complete removal of the stump and the tree roots. This is a more disruptive process, as the roots need to be dugout. For larger trees, that can mean digging up a large area. Customers will usually need to obtain additional soil to fill the gap the tree roots have left, once the process is complete.
Removing the tree stump completely may be the preferred option when the land is to be used for building or some other purpose where a complete change of use is required.
If you’re not sure whether tree stump removal or stump grinding is going to be the best option for your circumstances, get in touch and a member of our team will be happy to go through the pros and cons of each process. We will also give you our professional recommendation, based on an individual assessment of the stump’s location, size, future plans for the land and other relevant variables.
A tree stump protruding from the ground surface isn’t just an eyesore, it’s also a tripping hazard and makes it difficult to use the site for an alternative purpose. In addition, a decaying tree stump is a great place for unwanted insects (including termites) to occupy. Trees are also capable of regenerating when the stump remains – you may get fresh shoots growing from the trunk, adding to the inconvenience it causes. For all these reasons and more, most people opt to have the stump either ground down or removed completely.
Theoretically yes, but we wouldn’t recommend it! Digging out a stump, along with the tree roots, is a large-scale landscaping project that requires specialist machinery and a large amount of labour. Not every stump is suitable for complete removal – if a stump is too close to a property, for example, removing the roots could destabilise the built structure. In most cases, it’s far easier and safer to give the All Tree Solutions team a call to get the job done – we have the right machinery and skills to get the job done quickly, correctly and for a surprisingly affordable price.
The preferred option usually depends on what you want to use the site for and how much disruption you want in the area. Many homeowners who simply want a more attractive, safer alternative to the tree stump opt for stump grinding. Grinding is less disruptive, cheaper, and removes the trunk down to ground level.
Tree stump removal guarantees the tree won’t grow back in any way, but leaves a large hole in the ground (which can be as much of an eyesore as the stump) and is a costlier process due to the time it takes to complete the process.