Friday


 
"Stumpy's 8th Peachtree Road Race withstump hat on!"

Thursday



Customer had Pike's crew out the day and his project turned  out great , his stump mass was over 60" diameter.... couldn't tell by this picture...completed May 18, 2017






Stumpy loves his many repeat customers after 8,715 customers. Debra in Roswell is holding a business card Stumpy printed from 1998-2000 on white paper blue ink with my "pager number!"  No smart phone back then maybe a good thing? Did a 60" Red Oak stump before her plumber can now run new line to house.   The recent job for Debra was completed May 7, 2017


Wednesday

It was one of Buckhead's newest homes, one block from Chastain Amphitheater, where I just did 49" & 38" pine stumps.  They were in the front yard near the street.  She was pleased that I charged the same rate to her, despite her prime location.  I don't use zip codes to set pricing and upsell to those who are very successful.  Plus I service  around a dozen gated communities in North Fulton -- this over the last 19 years........

Tuesday

Thursday

Between a Stump and a Hard Place.

If you have a stump next to your home or existing landscaping, and want it gone- give us a call. Our machine is portable and can work in some pretty tight spots!




Stumpy in Action

We arrive on the job site to find a bunch of stumps that need to be removed. 


Our machine, the Rayco RG-50, is extremely powerful and can quickly grid the stumps and surface roots.

 After the job is completed, the stumps are gone and all that remains is mulch for landscaping!


Wednesday

Dog Training with Stumpy

Arrived on the job site today to grind out some large pines at a dog training facility. When I arrived I found two massive drainage culverts, or at least I thought they were for drainage. I soon discovered that they were tunnels for the dogs to run through during their training. I think I will bring my cat, Rascal, here to help train the dogs.




Monday

Before & After


A Dunwoody customer on Mt Vernon Rd with a 100 year old red oak, removed August 2016.

Mulch

This photo shows mulch that was produced from grinding a 10 foot stump in Milton. The homeowner plans to use the mulch in her new barn. Stump grinding produces usable mulch that remains on-site.