Jun 08, Tree stump removal with the right tools is doable. I won’t say it’s easy work because it’s not. a reciprocating saw will cut all the roots and save loads of time too.
once you have dug the trench to the roots, use the reciprocating saw to cut the roots and push on the trunk until you have cut all the roots off.
cheers Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Aug 10, To get the stump out, dig around it and you can cut through some of the side roots, but really just better to go at it with a mattock/grubber since that';s the easiest digging tool too. I've used a battery recipro saw to remove about a dozen small trees/large bushes over the years with trunks around cm across.
Nov 25, Step 1: Use the broad end of the mattock to dig around the stump and loosen the dirt. Step 2: Remove the loosened dirt with a shovel so that you see the tree roots. Step 3: With your mattock (or a small bow) sever the tree roots from your tree bushpruning.buzzted Reading Time: 8 mins. For those of you who fall into that category; this is the Quick Version of how to remove a tree stump with a chainsaw.
Get your personal protective equipment on (yes all of it) Cut the tree stump down close to the ground level. Dig all the dirt away from the stump – exposing the roots.
Cut the roots with a chainsaw. Use a hand saw, reciprocation saw or chainsaw to sever the major roots from the stump.
Pull the stump out with a tow strap and vehicle. For smaller stumps, you can use a digging bar to pry the stump out. A handyman jack works great as well.