Stump Removal Service
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Stump removal ideas
Removing stump means removing tree roots. Stump removal may sound like something really tough. For me it does.
When I hear that word stump removal, I think of hours of digging with spade and fork, an axe, picks, sweating, getting blisters etc...
I remember when I was a kid. I helped my father and brothers to removed some large tree stumps on our farm. We manually dig around the stumps and lighting fire over the top of the stump and try and burn it off. Some big tree stumps takes days and even a week for the fire to slowly burn it way down to the roots. We have to keep digging around so as to allow the air to help burning to continue.
Why we remove stump
We remove stumps so they don't attract termites. We all understand the damage termites can do to our property.
Stumps can also cause injuries to our family members by tripping and falling over them
They also attracts snakes, mice and cockroaches as their breeding place.
Fungus and weeds love to grow around tree stumps and latter on spread into the lawns
To me, tree stumps are just an eye sore. They turned black and moldy and they spoil a nice looking yard and lawn
Our experience on tree stump removal
Our tree grinding service is backed by more than 10 years experience.
We fully understand how much the other companies and Big companies out there charged. That is the reason why we started our own stump removal services. We are here to provide you a cheaper stump cheap stump removal service.
Tree stump grinding
Our stump removal service uses tree stump grinding to remove stumps
The mulch collected from the stump grinding can be used in your garden as mulch.
There are tree and stump removal service that use backhoe or excavator to remove tree stump. They leave big holes in the ground that you'll need to fill up again with soil.
They also mess up your lawn and yard which will cost you time and money to maintain.
Stump removal cost / cheap stump removal
Our Stump removal service is here to provide the best possible service and cheap service that is satisfying to our customers.
At times it will be difficult to work out the price due to what type of tree is there. As I mentioned above that we need to estimate the depth of the roots.
Our interest is we will negotiate the price with our customers.
Our minimum charge starts at $99.00
For an average palm tree it ranges from $30 to $40.00
At times we can work out some discounts if our customers have more stumps there to be removed.
In case of grinding in areas that need to be grassed
over, you don't need much depth in grinding. That will also reduce our cost.
Text or call on 0449068897
Areas we service
Brisbane and Great Ipswich areas
Ipswich 4305, Queensland. Amberley · Ashwell · Augustine Heights · Barellan Point · Basin Pocket · Bellbird Park · Blacksoil · Blackstone · Booval · Brassall · Brookwater · Bundamba · Camira · Carole Park (Disputed) · Churchill · Chuwar (Disputed) · Coalfalls · Collingwood Park · Dinmore · East Ipswich · Eastern Heights · Ebenezer · Ebbw Vale · Flinders View · Gailes · Goodna · Grandchester · Haigslea · Ipswich · Ironbark · Jeebropilly · Karrabin · Karalee · Leichhardt · Marburg · Moores Pocket · Mount Marrow · Muirlea · New Chum · Newtown · North Booval · North Ipswich · North Tivoli · One Mile · Pine Mountain · Raceview · Redbank · Redbank Plains · Ripley · Riverview · Rosewood · Sadliers Crossing · Silkstone · Springfield · Springfield Lakes · Swanbank · Tallegalla · Thagoona · The Bluff · Tivoli · Walloon · West Ipswich · Willowbank · Woodend · Woolshed · Wulkuraka · Yamanto ·
Composting at Home
The population of the world is constantly growing and developing at a rapid pace. Environmentalists warn that we are taking from Mother Nature far more than we are giving back to her. A clear indication that we need to take action is in the landfill space dilemma. Landfills are becoming more and more weighted down by our garbage. The amount of garbage filling our landfills far exceeds the rate of decomposition. The result for some communities are that the landfills have had to shut down because they are simply too saturated and filled to their capacity.
For most of us, we think to ourselves "well I already comply with municipal regulations. I've cut my garbage down and increased my recycling efforts and that is good enough". If you do not have a composting program already in place in your household than you really could be doing more to divert your household waste.
I know what you are thinking; "You want me to consider a compost program? Why would anyone want to deal with rotting food, let alone deal with rotting food in their kitchen?" The thought of adding that extra bit of work to our load is less than to be desired. But what if there was an easy way to make composting part of your daily routine? What if through your composting efforts you would be reducing the impact you have on your local landfill and at the same time seeing results of its nutrient contents?
Setting up an effective Composting Program for your home is easy! It's a matter of selecting the right containers for the job and placing them in an area that is accessible for you and other members of your household to participate. You can find lists of acceptable food waste for your compost container that you can post near or on your composter as a visual reminder. Eventually, composting will become an easy habit to practice on a routine basis.
For the average household, a compost pail for the kitchen and a large compost container for outside should be a given. Having a pail in your kitchen is great as it limits the amount of food waste being stored which decreases the chances of any odour. Filters work great at eliminating odours as well so select a compost pail that provides you with this option. It should also have handles so that once filled, transportation from the kitchen to your outdoor composter is easy. So easy that even children and seniors can help out with your efforts. A compost pail with rounded corners will make it easier to clean and maintain and prevent build up in the corners eliminating the concern of mould.
When it comes to your outdoor compost container, pick a size and shape that can fit easily against the side of your house or in your backyard (square containers work best). Select a compost bin that offers a lockable lid to prevent animals from getting into your organic waste.
Once you have your composters in place, the rest is pretty easy. Composting is low maintenance with many benefits from your efforts:
- Your organic waste acts as a natural fertilizer that will save you money and sustain the health and vibrancy of your garden
- Using compost soil instead of chemically enhanced products protects your family and pets from exposure to pesticides.
- You can get your children involved. The Vermi-Composter is a fantastic way to encourage your children to participate in your composting program. What child isn't fascinated with dirt and worms?
- You can use your compost as mulch which minimizes the occurrence of weeds on your lawn.
No matter what reason motivates you to start a compost program in your home, the most important role that your effort will play is that it will decrease your contribution to your community landfill waste. Composting = Another step towards saving our planet.