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  • large vermeer stump grinder
  • small stump grinding equipment

    The Right Equipment for the Right Job

DLC Arbor grinds small and large stumps down to make room for your next landscaping project.

No stump is too large or too small for DLC Arbor. Stump grinding is the most cost-effective way to remove stumps from a yard and reclaim valuable landscape area. The Vermeer stump grinders are extremely maneuverable and powerful. They can handle very large stumps and at the same time minimize damage to your yard. DLC grinds stumps four to six inches below grade. We use the reliable Toro Dingo stump grinding attachment for small stumps in fenced backyards. The Dingo is tried and true and will pass through most gates without any problems. Please contact DLC Arbor Services by calling 303 378-8000 or emailing us at for a free stump grinding estimate.

  • New Tree Planting

    Are you interested in choosing a tree that offers easy maintenance, insect and disease-resistance, and can withstand the wind and storms common to the Denver area? DLC Arbor Services can help you select the very best one for your landscape, and can plant it for you in the ideal location. Click here for a list of the City of Denver’s recommended trees.

Tree Services Areas Include: Denver, Englewood, Lakewood, Littleton, Parker, Golden, Morrison, Wheatridge, Edgewater, Aurora, Arvada, Centennial, Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills, Bow Mar, Columbine, Evergreen, Conifer, Highlands Ranch, Glendale, Arapahoe, Douglas, Denver County, and Jefferson County

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Latest Blog Posts

The Stump from Hell

Ailanthus trees are considered trash trees. They grow anywhere — and fast. Tree trimming is a must to keep up with their fast growth. Within 50 years, Ailanthus trees can become enormous and tree removal can be difficult.

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March 13, 2013

My Favorite Trees in Denver - Western Catalpa

The Western Catalpa grows well in Denver's arid environment and clay soil. The trees bloom in the spring and smell great. Their limbs should be trimmed to their strongest branches periodically. They do drop bean-like seedpods in the fall.

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May 1, 2014

Clients Love Us

The best way to show your appreciation for our services is to post a review on your favorite local web directory or referral network like Yelp, Facebook, Angies List, and Team Dave Logan. DLC Arbor is grateful for any feedback on how to improve our tree trimming and tree removal services.