Maximising space in outdoor living areas
When it comes to garden landscaping, space is a key issue.
The available area that you have to work with will determine your options for planning that dream outdoor area.
One of the most common problems that DIY garden enthusiasts face is unwanted tree stumps.
Removing the majority of a tree can be a relatively simple task, with hedge clippers and chainsaws making quick work of branches.
But what about the remaining stump of the tree?
A stump can impact on your available space as it prevents further developments you may want to make.
For instance, if you wish to install a paved path through an area that was previously occupied by a tree, a stump can sit directly in the way.
Outdoor patio areas can also be made to feel cramped by an awkward stump, affecting the leisure space in a backyard.
Another consideration is how children use the backyard - if they are kicking a ball around, stumps can get in the way of fun and pose a trip hazard.
By simply hiring a stump grinder, you can undercut a tree stump and free up the space.
Grinders are powerful, easy to operate and fast at removing the base of unwanted trees