Do you need the best stump removal company at your Auburn home?
Jay’s Stump Grinding Service provides stump removal services to residents in the Auburn area. We can usually arrive to grind stumps in Auburn within 2-4 days of your call. We can often even give over the phone stump removal quotes and estimates if you have measured the diameter of the tree stump(s) to be removed. Many of our clients also find it helpful to use their smart phones to take pictures of the tree stump(s) that we will be grinding and then text them to us. For purposes of scale, we suggest placing a food can or coffee cup on the cut tree stump before you take your picture. This allows us to be fully prepared for the job when we arrive in Auburn .
Removing Stumps by Grinding In Auburn
There are no permits needed for the grinding of tree stumps on your property in Auburn. However, depending on your locale, there may be required permits for complete tree removal. Please check with King County and The City of Auburn for more facts. It might be important to consider underground utilities near the stumps to be ground. Please communicate with “Call Before You Dig” for more information.
Jay’s Stump Grinding Service can handle any size and quantity of stumps and can reach them in difficult or tight areas. We take pride in quality work and an immaculate clean-up job. We always operate with careful regard to ensure there will be no damage to homes and property. We are fully licensed and insured.
We service all these neighborhoods
- Downtown—Historic buildings with a Main Street USA appearance, also many Craftsman-style houses from the 1920s.
- North Auburn—A mix of commercial and single-family housing separated by Auburn Way North.
- River’s Bend—A small residential neighborhood nestled along the Green River, located at the bottom of Lea Hill in North Auburn.
- Christopher/Thomas—An area in North Auburn roughly bordered by the Valley Drive Inn and 227th Street. Both are former farming towns annexed into the city in the 1960s.
- Lea Hill, Washington—A mainly residential neighborhood east of the valley, annexed into the city in 2007. Green River Community College is located here.
- Hazelwood—The area on Lea Hill between Green River Community College, and Auburn Mountainview High School. Once a town in the late nineteenth century.
- West Valley—A commercial and industrial area on the west side of SR 167, located on the bottom of West Hill.
- West Hill—Located on the West Hill, bordered by the city of Federal Way to the west.
- South Auburn—A general area located south of downtown, once a low-income area but becoming a commercial zone.
- Terminal Park—An area of middle class housing near the end of the rail yard named for the railroad workers who lived there.
- Forest Villa—Mainly residential area located in the Game Farm Park area.
- Lakeland Hills—A master-planned community sprawling on a large hillside at the southern end of the city on both sides of King and Pierce counties.
- Hidden Valley—A planned development located East of Lakeland Hills overlooking North Lake Tapps.
- Muckleshoot Area—The general area of the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation.