Due to the ever expanding Grand Rapids area, trees are constantly needing to be removed. When removing a tree, in most cases, you also remove the stump, or stump grind. This is a great way to get ride of an eye sore like a stump. However, what happens after the stump gets ground? Well, in many cases, the stump grind shavings are spread out and grass seed is put in place. However, if all of the stump wasn't ground, it an be sucking in nitrogen from the soil which will make growing grass difficult. Learn more about what to expect when a stump get ground and what you can do to ensure grass grows in the area.
Tree trimming is a great way to keep trees healthy. However, using the wrong technique or not following ISA guidelines can lead to a serious problem. Topping a tree is very bad and should never be done unless otherwise required (storm damage). There are multiple reasons why topping a tree can be harmful and will likely require the tree to be removed in future years. Read more about why tree topping should only be done on an as need basis.