Tree Stump Removal in Canterbury

Tree Stump Removal in Canterbury

When a tree falls to the ground, either through managed felling (usually done by tree surgeons, such as CareFell, or other professionals) or storm damage, a tree stump can often be left, stuck in the ground, which ought to be removed at the nearest convenient time. A tree stump should be removed from your garden as quickly as possible for many reasons, partly to protect the health of nearby trees and partly to protect the health of people living nearby to it.

Tree stumps can vary hugely in their size, with some ranging from a few inches in diameter, to others spanning almost a metre in diameter. The smaller tree stumps often pose the biggest threat to personal safety, above the larger stumps. This is because the stump may be covered over by grass and other weeds, which may camouflage the stump in the grass. This means that the tree stump may pose a threat as a tripping hazard to other people who walk near it, especially children and older people.

Tree Stumps can also pose a threat to other nearby trees if they are not removed quickly. With the tree no longer alive, the tree stump can often provide a healthy cultivating place for many types of tree disease, because there are lots of nutrients in the tree stump and usually there are many trees nearby. By removing the tree stump and the majority of the tree roots, you can eliminate the possibility of the tree stump infecting other trees with a disease, especially if the previous tree fell down as a result of contracting that said disease.

In Canterbury and surrounding towns, many trees have been damaged and taken down as a result of the New Year storms that hit England during early 2014. The result of this is that there are likely to be a lot of tree stumps in Canterbury. CareFell Tree Surgeons are a business which can provide professional tree stump removal in Canterbury, to remove any old tree stumps which may be putting you or fellow trees in danger in your garden. 

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