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Stump Grinding and Removal in Northwest Indiana

As a full service tree company, Evans Tree Care also offers stump grinding and removal services to reclaim that "lost" area of your property.
When a tree is cut, an unsightly stump remains. Stumps are ugly and they detract from the beauty of your property in additional to causing a hazard on your property. Stump grinding is the process of removing a stump that is currently lodged in the ground through the use of a machine called a “stump grinder”. 

Stump Removal is recommended because the tree stump can:
    • Decrease the value and beauty of your property
    • Cause damage to your lawnmower
    • Be hazardous to children playing on or around
    • Attract termites, ants, and bees
    • Take up precious yard space
    • Be a legal liability if someone were to trip and fall

Evans Tree Care, a locally veteran owned and operated local NWI Tree Service company, has been grinding ugly, troublesome stumps and roots for over 20 years! Regardless of the location or size of the stump we have the equipment to handle it. We have both heavy duty large machines and also small more lightweight machines. If your stump is located in your backyard, that's not a problem as our powerful lightweight machine goes through a 36" gate and leaves no yard damage. Uprooted stumps are no problem! Stumps and tree roots can easily be ground down below grade to reclaim areas for new plantings or access areas for driveways, garages, sheds or walkway. Front yard or back yard -- your lawn will appear much larger and neater than it previously did.

Our team is made up of highly trained tree service professionals where there are no insurmountable challenges. We can deal with any tree stump removal, regardless of its type, age or size.

Tree Stump Removal is a dangerous job that should be left to the experts.
Our tree removal teams adhere to strict safety standards to ensure that your tree stump is removed safely. 


Contact Us for Stump Grinding and Removal and request a FREE ESTIMATE Now!   

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