Types of Brush & Debris
-Saplings and Branches
Small, dead branches can be easily removed by hand. But for larger branches, you’ll need the help of a chainsaw. However, for large lots, this can be time-consuming without the right professional-grade equipment. We can easily clear out saplings, branches, and underbrush.
-Dead Trees, Stumps, and Logs
Dead trees are a safety hazard and need to be removed as soon as possible. Stumps can be removed with a stump grinder.
-Leaves and Weeds
Leaves and weeds can be removed with a lawn mower, weed whacker, or leaf blower. But unless you hire someone, you’ll need to gather, bag, haul, and dump all that debris.
-Construction debris: tires, barbed wire, man-made junk
Construction debris can be dangerous and should be removed by a professional. Once we’ve safely removed man-made materials from your land, we can go in and clear and mulch properly.
Tips & Tricks For Dealing With Brush & Debris
-Don’t put it off
The longer you wait to deal with brush and debris, the more there will be. And trust us, it will only get harder (and more dangerous) to deal with as time goes on.
-Clear stumps out to avoid hazards
If you’re dealing with trees, be sure to remove stumps as well. They can be a trip hazard and could cause serious injury if someone were to fall on them.
-Trust the pros
This is not a task that should be attempted by amateurs. Leave it to the professionals who have the experience and the equipment to get the job done right.