Stump grinding is a tree service that involves the requirement to go underneath the ground. Hence, if you are not trained to do so, it could pose different types of risks. If this is your case, you need to guarantee that the stump grinding service provider you’ll be hiring won’t damage any existing services. Fortunately, a Townsville Tree Services provider is here to help you complete this job safely and effectively. Here are some of the possible site dangers of stump grinding service you need to pay attention and prevent as much as you can.
Our professional stump service operators will scan through the stump’s environment and surroundings. When there are several glass doors near the stumps, we’ll ask the clients to secure the glass themselves. One of the examples of materials that can secure your glass is a three-ply wood.
We have to make sure that the entire wires will be pulled back from the stump to guarantee that it won’t get caught in the stump grinder’s head.
First, we have to locate where the pool pump is located and whether there can be any piping that directly lays below the stump. When there’s a pool pipe below the stump, we can do a thorough surface grind.
Basically, water services reach inside the front part of your property. When there’s a stump placed at the front of your house, we’ll have to make sure that no water piping in that directly runs below the stump. We will request manually dig a perpendicular trench to identify the deepness of the underground service. One of the alternatives we can offer is to do a surface grind over the stump where we believe there might be services below.
This could extend anywhere in your home. Stormwater will amass any rainwater, which usually runs the ground and roofs. Utilized in the pooling of groundwater, as opposed to household greywater and sewerage. Again, we would like to guarantee that we will definitely make sure that we won’t cause harm to this piping unless the owner would go for replacing the pipeline after the process of stump grinding.
Electricity has 2 means of getting into your home. Either from a junction box that sits out ahead of your property or via overhead power lines. When there’s a stump that has a probable power cable that runs nearby, we’ll have to know the power cable’s exact location. Because of a high-risk level. We suggest that clients must dig a trench on both sides of the stump that’s upright to the wire. This way, you can assess the depth of which the line lies. When this isn’t favorable for you, we can do a surface grind.
While we’re doing stump grinding, we have to guarantee that nobody will stand too near to the stump grinding machine since there’s a slight possibility of odd stones or wood chips to be thrown from the stump grinder, which could be hazardous for people near it.