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Down To The Roots

Are the stumps and trees on your property wreaking havoc on your foundation or harbouring pests? Tree stumps are unsightly on any property.

Not only can they regrow, but they can also take up valuable space above ground. They may be a living breeding ground for pests or damaging your foundation with their large root systems. Perhaps it is time to consider having your stump grinded out and removed completely. Our trained team of professionals with the right equipment can handle any kind of stump removal. We completely remove the tree down including the roots, and also take care of mulching to fill in the hole that is formed.

Stump Grinding

Don’t want to pull out the tree down to its roots? Then stump grinding is the most effective method for removing a stump.

We use powerful equipment that reduces the stump to chips and leaves you with a clear lawn that's ready for construction. At Batchelor & Sons, we have state-of-the-art, high-powered stump grinders that get into tight spaces and will grind stumps below the surface of the ground. After completing a task, we properly clean the area and the property so that it is ready for your next project.

Stump Grinding Vs. Removing Stumps

Unable to decide whether to remove or grind your stump? We can help you decide. Stump grinding and stump removal both come with pros and cons. Choosing which method is best for you mostly depends on your future plans.

Stump Grinding


  • Removes the stump and entire root system

  • No root-related damage in future

  • Fast delivery via machine


  • Disturbed and uneven ground

  • Filling of the hole required

  • Intensive process but faster due to machine

Stump Removal


  • Removes not only the stump but also the roots attached

  • No root-related damage in future

  • Tree does not grow back


  • Disturbed and uneven ground

  • Additional mulching and land filling required

  • Very labour intensive process