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Stump Grinders. Gladiator Stump Grinding offers the professional service of tree stump removal. Our Kioti Tractor Woods TSG50 Grinder will flatten that earth like the stump never existed. See past project info for Stump Grinders including photos, cost and more.



Q How deep can it cut?



Ocala, FL - Tree Service. Professionals. Appliance Repair Architects Asphalt & Paving Companies Cabinet Makers Carpenters Carpet Cleaning Chimney Sweeps Concrete Contractors Deck Builders Drywall Contractors.

Stump grinding is the solution to ridding your yard and landscape after a tree removal. Most property owners do not wish to have unsightly, decaying, rotting, or otherwise unattractive tree stumps littering their landscape. Further, decaying tree stumps can be a home to pests, such as ants, wasps, bees, and other annoying/harmful insects.

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A note to our community regarding COVID Providing tree service is an expensive proposition. Equipment can run from around 15K for stump grinding to well over 30k for bucket and dump trucks. On top of this, there’s a 20% addition to labor expense to cover worker’s compensation This essentially means that we have an additional 20 in worker’s compensation for everyin. Stump Grinding Services Stump removal isn't an easy task but with the right team of professionals at Hiles Tree Service we can take care of any stump large or small.





If you are located around the Ocala, Fl area give us a call today and our tree care specialists can help with expert removal with our stump grinding services. You can speed up the job by chainsawing the stump close to the ground, but once the stump grinder is in use, allow it to work on its own without attempting to force extra pressure.

It is commonly recommended that you dig between 10 and 20 inches below grade (below ground); you can go as shallow as 4 inches for basic removal, but don't expect grass to grow afterward.





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