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What Is Skid Steer Stump Removal?

Stump Removal Frederick CountyCutting down a tree is easy. That’s child’s play (not literally). Stump Removal, meanwhile, is tough work. The root of the problem (pun intended) is the roots. Some trees, such as oaks, have deep root systems and a tap root that goes straight down. What does this all mean? Stump removal is no easy task! The solution: Skid Loading.

Skid Loading as a means of Stump Removal

Removing stumps from your yard can prevent several problems: injury (tripping hazard), pests, disease, and more. Also, stumps just detract from the overall curb appeal of a home. No one wants an ugly old stump sitting in the middle of their yard. So stump removal is a must. It is, however, not a DIY job the average Frederick County homeowner can undertake. Stump removal is extremely labor and time-intensive. In many situations, heavy machinery known as skid loaders are required to pull those pesky stumps from the ground. So it is best to leave the stump removal to the professionals, who can remove any stump safely and quickly. Professional removal is simply safer and more efficient than attempting the job without the proper tools or equipment.

Stump Removal Services in Frederick County

Albaugh & Sons offers skid loading services for Frederick County homeowners who desire professional stump removal at a fair price. Before we schedule the job, we will meet with you to review the project and provide you with an accurate, reasonable proposal. Best of all, we are so confident in our skill and talent that we guarantee every job we perform.

Efficient, professional, and friendly — these are the words our clients use when describing our services.

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If you have any questions about Stump Removal, please contact Albaugh & Sons at 301-964-9379 or fill out the contact form found on our website. We are based in Frederick, Maryland and service all of Frederick County and parts of Washington and Carroll counties.

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