If your home, provide shade from the hot summer heat, and they improve the quality of the air you breathe. Dead trees, on the other hand, can be an eyesore and should be removed as soon as possible. Pests are attracted to them and disease can spread to surrounding plants. A dead tree's branches can also fall at any time, posing a safety risk for humans and animals, and may also cause damage to buildings.
Dealing with a tree stump removal that has been left behind can be challenging. Although a tree stump may appear to be harmless, it should be removed if possible.
Here are a few more reasons why you should remove that tree stump in your garden once and for all:
It can reduce the value of your home -
A tree stump can be an eyesore and can make your garden look dishevelled if you leave it as it is. Whilst there are methods for removing a tree stump yourself, it’s best to contact a professional to do the job for you.
A Hazard -
Kids can easily trip and fall over a tree stump or its roots. A tree stump can also pose a risk when you’re cutting the lawn too.
It can harbour disease infestation -
A tree stump can attract unwelcome visitors to your garden. Tree stumps are inherently attractive to pests such as ants and other wood-boring insects, which in turn can spread to healthy trees and shrubs.
Worse still, insects may eventually then spread to your home ,and fungi can develop on a dead stump, posing an additional safety risk to children and pets. To prevent the spread of mildew, decay, and disease, contact a tree service specialist to remove the entire stump as soon as possible.
It consumes valuable space -
Having a large tree stump removal in your garden is no use to anyone. The area is basically now dead space and you won’t be able to plant other things close by. The removal of a tree stump will really free up space in your garden, affording you new landscaping options such as planting a new tree or setting up a picnic table
It makes gardening duties more difficult -
Having a tree stump in your garden can pose a risk to your mower and will increase the time it takes to cut your lawn and do the weeding.
The Root of the Issue -
Tree roots can continue to develop even after a tree has been felled, potentially causing damage to your property in the future. To find water, roots can expand and grow into underground pipes, causing damage to them also. The most effective way to prevent any future issues with tree roots is to remove the entire root system, along with the tree stump removal.
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