Toronto Stump Removal and its sister company Oakville Stump Removal provide expert tree stump removal service in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Scarborough and more GTA locations. We provide a quality service for an affordable price.
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Looking to remove that unsightly stump and improve the function of your yard? If so, you have come to the right place. Call us today and have one of our stump removal experts come to your home or place of business to assist you with all your stump removal needs!
Toronto Stump Removal is a family business specializing in the removal of tree stumps. Stump removal is what we do full time and what we are passionate about. With thousands of stumps removed, we are the experts and no job will "stump" us! Our experienced and friendly team is committed to our customers. Our customer service is second to none!
Call us and we will explain in detail the process involved in the removal of a tree stump and answer any questions you may have regarding your specific situation. Measure your stump straight across at the widest part before you call us, and we will provide you with an estimate right over the phone.
We will complete the job in a timely manner and deliver quality results that will meet and exceed your expectations.
Providing quality stump removal services for an affordable price!
After your tree is cut down, you are often left with an eye sore of the tree stump left behind. Removal of the stump will ensure that roots of the tree will not continue to grow and potentially compromise integrity of your foundation, driveway, or stonework.
Removing that unsightly stump will improve the look of your landscape and eliminate tripping hazards for you and your family. It will also make it easier for you to cut grass, put down sod, or plant flowers where the stump used to be thereby beautifying your yard.
Why remove a tree stump?
How is a tree stump is removed?
Our technicians use a process called stump grinding to remove stumps and roots of different shapes and sizes. We use top-of-the-line stump grinding machines which basically “chew up” the tree stump and transform it into a pile of wood chips. The wood chips are then used to fill in the empty hole where the stump used to be. Our equipment is compact and light-weight and will not damage anything on your property in any way. Stump grinding is the fastest, safest and the most ecological way to remove a tree stump.
Toronto Stump Removal also removes bushes and shrubs.
A stump grinder or stump cutter is a power tool or equipment attachment that removes tree stumps by means of rotating a cutting disk that chips away the wood.
A typical stump grinder incorporates a cutter wheel with fixed carbide teeth. The cutter wheel movements are controlled by hydraulic cylinders to push the cutter wheel teeth laterally through the stump and raise and lower the cutter wheel.
Because of its compact size, using a stump grinder is a fast, cost effective and environmentally friendly way to remove that unwanted tree stump from your lawn or yard without causing any damage to the landscape surrounding it.
Watch a video of our Vermeer stump grinder removing a medium sized pine stump from a yard of one of our customers in Toronto.
Professional, reliable and fast, Toronto Stump Removal will take care of all your stump removal needs for the best price!
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Due to the recent invasion of the Emerald Ash Borer, a lot of the stumps removed by Toronto Stump Removal belong to dead or diseased Ash Trees.
An ash tree is most easily identified by:
1. It has an opposite branching pattern (two branches come off the main stem, one on each side and directly opposite each other).
2. It has compound leaves with 5-11 leaflets (depending on the species of ash). Leaflets are moderately toothed and may be stalked or sessile.
3. In winter: first look for the opposite branching pattern and stout twigs of ash. Small branches grow off larger branches opposite one another. Likewise, buds and leaf scars are opposite one another on twigs.
Next, Ash trees have many small dots (vascular bundles) on their leaf scars, forming a semi-circle or crescent pattern.
And, white and green ashes have thick, diamond-patterned bark, while black ash bark is thin, ashy-gray, and scaly.
Emerald Ash Borer is a forest pest native to Asia that has killed millions of Ash trees in southwestern Ontario, and the Great Lakes States.
Due to its major economic and environmental threat, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has prohibited the movement of firewood and any material made from Ash trees outside of designated areas under an Infested Places Order.
The Emerald Ash Borer attacks both healthy and stressed Ash trees when its larvae tunnel through the tree's vascular system which delivers water, nutrients and sugars throughout the tree. Emerald Ash Borer will only travel a few kilometers per year on its own; however it can be easily dispersed long distances by people moving infested materials, such as firewood, logs, lumber, and woodchips.
Emerald Ash Borer was first discovered in North America in 2002. It is thought to have been shipped to Canada in untreated wooden packaging materials. The range of Emerald Ash Borer in Ontario expands through the movement of infested materials.
Impacts of Emerald Ash Borer
How to Identify Emerald Ash Borer
For more information visit Invasive Species Center
Our company pays special attention to the details of every project to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. Our goal is to enhance the exterior of your home, raise your property value, and beautify your whole neighborhood.