Though a tree stump can make for a natural outdoor chair, they need to be removed when they start pulling themselves out from under you. Make an example of the stupid stump with this Groupon.
$49 for a Tree-Stump Grind ($150 Value)
Tree-removal technicians travel to clients’ homes to grind tree stumps and roots, and then cover the resulting minor scars with mulch.
Goode Stump Grinding
The technicians from Goode Stump Grinding neatly mince the stump and root that remain after a tree has been chopped down. The grinder removes the arboreal leftovers from as low as 6–8 inches beneath the surface, effectively killing the roots so they don’t form another tree or try to steal your hammock-side lemonade. The service leaves scant trace, as the technician use the mulch created by the ground-up stump to cover up the hole. Over time, the resulting mound settles so that grass can eventually grow. And, if desired, homeowners can speed up the process with a layer of sod.