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  1. Jackson Bush
    June 25, 2019 @ 6:45 pm

    I’m glad to know that an apple tree stump only took around 11 minutes to remove. My wife and I recently moved to a new house and there is an apple tree stump that we want to get rid of quick so we can plant more trees in our yard. Its good to know it won’t take a long time to get the stump out of the ground and new trees into the ground.

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    • Roy Bretton
      June 28, 2019 @ 7:01 am

      Thank you for your comment Jackson, once I am all set up, it doesn’t take too long to remove a small tree stump. If a tree stump is large, for example, a large beech tree, it could potentially take all day to grind as the amount of grinding and volume with the root ball is extremely large. Please feel free to ask me in any questions.

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  2. Jackson Bush
    July 1, 2019 @ 7:38 pm

    Its good to know that a 15-inch wide stump can be removed in about 11 minutes. Last summer, I had to remove a stump that was about 40 inches wide and it took me way too long to remove the stump. I’m glad that it won’t take me long to remove the small stump in my yard.

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  3. Trevor Hall
    October 2, 2019 @ 1:05 pm

    My wife and I are planning on taking down a few of our trees in the backyard because they are growing too close to the fence. We don’t want huge stumps in plain view so I’ll have to ask to get rid of those as well. It’s good to know that really big trees can take a good part of the day to remove from the ground.

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  4. Bryson
    January 27, 2020 @ 3:55 pm

    It’s really helpful to know that most of these tree stumps can be removed but it’s always different. My wife and I have a few trees that we need to take down in our yard. We think that some of the roots might be growing into the plumbing so we need to get rid of them before any major damages occur.

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