the Illawarra’s original TREE stump removal COMPANY
Big stumps, small stumps, difficult to access stumps: whatever the tree stump, King Stump Removal can remove it for you.
Unsightly stump ruining your beautiful garden? Need a stump removed before a renovation project? Got a stump causing access or safety concerns at your unit complex? No problems. We have the expertise and equipment to completely remove the offending stump.
With 24 years in the business, our experience means you can rely on us to get your job done in a timely, safe and cost-effective manner.
KING Stump Removal Services
King Stump Removal offers tree stump removal services for private homes, strata units, small business and local government. We can also contract to tree loppers if a tree lopping service is required.
Our specialised machinery means we can grind down stumps in just about any location, leaving only wood shavings behind. Our small machines can squeeze down the side of a house or through small gateways while our large machines are ideal for front yards and really big stumps (aka “The Mammoth”).
So, if you have a stump that is in the way, a safety hazard or making your yard look untidy, get in touch and let us work do the hard work for you.
THE TRIP HAZARD
THE FENCE BREAKER
THE DIFFICULT ACCESS
Why Choose KING STUMP REMOVAL?
We are the longest established tree stump removal business in the Illawarra
Prompt response, quoting and service
Different tree stump grinding machines for different jobs
We can remove stumps from difficult to access areas and small spaces
7 day a week service with extended hours (7am to 8pm)
Feel secure in the knowledge that we carry full Public Liability Insurance.
We are a local, family-owned and operated business
BEFORE AND AFTER AT Mt KeIRA
This gum tree stump was in a backyard on a property at Mt Keira. The diameter was about 3.5 metres with the stump very close to the fence. Using a specialised stump grinding machine, our team ground the stump down to almost half a metre below the soil, leaving behind only wood shavings that will eventually break down. Once the shavings have settled, the owner can grass or pave the area, or convert it to a garden.
FROM THE BLOG