Sometimes, after you remove a tree, the stump stays as a nice little garden asset. Other times, it could get in the way, and attract pests, diseases, and wild animals. That is why you should remove the tree stump and save your garden from future troubles. 


For all tree removals in West Palm Beach, we give our customers the option of whether they would like us to haul the wood away or whether they would prefer to keep it. In many cases, a removed tree can be a good source of firewood.

Tree stumps can be hard to remove especially big ones!

Tree stumps, in nature, provide food and minerals for many animals, insects, fungi, and other plants. That is not always the case in gardens and yards. On property, stumps cause more harm than good. That is why most people remove them. 

But removing a stump does not mean that you will remove roots. Stump removal includes only the removal of the surface stump. It leaves roots intact. Over time, roots start decaying and feed the ground. But be careful, because roots can sometimes attract fungi and larvae, which can harm your property. The best way to keep your mind at ease is rootball removal.

There are several methods of stump removal: 

  • Manual uprooting
  • Chemical removal  
  • Mechanical removal 


All of these methods are dangerous, especially if you are not experienced. For example, removing a stump with fire can cause a real fire. Chemical removal could damage the soil and kill other plants. 

In other words, removing a tree stump is hard and potentially hazardous. That is why you should always hire professional arborists to do it for you. We will help you remove the stump and all remaining debris.