Houston Stump Grinding and Removal
Improve the look of your yard and avoid termites with professional stump grinding by Ability Tree Experts. We’re tree care professionals and we use our expertise to remove stumps from your Houston-area yard while keeping intact the surrounding landscape or structures.
Owner Louis Flory and his crews are licensed to handle all tree care services, including the removal of difficult hardwood stumps. We serve Houston and areas to the north and northwest, including Cypress, The Woodlands, Spring, and Kingwood.
If you’ve removed all but the stump of a tree, or bought a new property that has old stumps, Ability Tree Experts can turn those tree remnants into usable yard space.
In the past, contractors removed trees by pulling them out of the ground, risking damage to yards from roots breaking soil surfaces and cracking driveways. Chemical treatments and stump rot products take months to work, during which time your stump looks even worse, and they involve the unnecessary use of chemicals on your landscape.
We use professional grade stump grinders to efficiently and quickly remove each stump in your green space. Our equipment fits in tight spaces, including residential back yards. We use it to burrow beyond the surface level, so your stump can be replaced with topsoil and grass, a garden, or clear land to use for construction projects.
Your lawn plays a major role in the value of your property. And just as you should keep all trees healthy, trimmed, and free of disease, you must remove tree stumps and other eyesores in order to maximize the look and value of your investment.
We’re members of the National Arborist Association, and owner Louis Flory has been a Texas arborist for more than 30 years. He and his staff perform thorough work that provides years of benefits. When you need to remove a stump, contact Ability Tree Experts for the best quality work in Houston.
Remember: We’re not just a tree services company in Southeast Texas, we’re Houston’s leading tree care professionals. That’s why the Houston media turns to Louis when they need expert commentary on Gulf Coast tree problems.