Sunday, June 4, 2017

Is Your Yard "Summer Ready?" | Stump Grinding Service

If your family is anything like ours, the first sign of Spring gets you thinking about the great outdoors, starting with your yard.  Every year, a landscaping project (or two!) ends up on the summer "to-do” list. 
 
One of our customers at Brad's Stump and Tree Service was ready to reclaim her front yard from this large stump.  The stump was preventing her from putting in the beautiful landscaping she wanted, so she called us to finally have it ground out. 


Are you ready to tackle your unwanted trees and stumps and remove that eyesore from your yard?  Spring and Summer are the perfect time of year for landscaping and for tree and stump removal.  The first step is to pick up the phone and call Brad’s Stump & Tree Service at 425-350-6893. 


We'll send a professional crew member out to provide a free, no obligation quote at your convenience.  Our services are affordable, competitive and timely!  Why wait to get that task checked off on your “to-do” list?  Call Brad’s Stump & Tree Service today at 425-350-6893!

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