Tree sump grinder rental is best found at your local hardware store or big box Home Depot, Lowe’s or Menards. Ace Hardware and True Value are some other rental possibilities. National rental companies carrying a stump grinder include Sunbelt Rentals, Ralphs Rentals and United Rentals.
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A stump grinder is similar in looks to a snowblower or weedwacker. Stump grinders are also available as attachments to Bobcat and skid steers. More heavy-duty stump grinders are comparable in shape to a riding lawnmower. Stump grinder rental price depends on the brands, which include Vermeer, The Bandit, and Rayco.
The stump grinder operates like a large circular saw, splitting the trunk in half until the roots are reached. A chainsaw is needed to get the stump down as low as possible before completing the stump grinding.
A traditional stump grinder rental is usually under $200 for a 24-hour rental. Prices may vary based on locality. Most stump grinders need a truck to bring home, or are delivered to a home for an extra charge. Weekly rentals are offered at large discounts and monthly rentals are rare and extremely expensive. If the cost of of a stump grinder rental exceeds a few hundred dollars, consider hiring a service that will remove the stump for you. True DIYers may opt for a rent to own program if they use a stump grinder more than a few times a month. Stump grinders tend to be around a $1000 new for entry-level models, so plan ahead in that regard.