Tree Removal and Lot Clearing
Tree removal and lot clearing services are available to those that are looking to build on top of the land and would like to do so readily and easily. To ensure a secure foundation, you will need a space of land that is evened and cleared accordingly so that the foundation does not shift and you are not building on top of boulders, trees, and your layout is more cohesive. We offer professional tree removal and lot clearing so that you can begin building with greater ease.
Tree removal services begin by clipping the extended branches of the tree so that it is easier to remove the base of the tree when it is cut. Removing a larger and older tree takes patience so that surrounding areas are not negatively affected when the tree is finally removed. We take precautions to remove larger branches beforehand to avoid toppling and falling pieces of the tree during the removal process. Once your tree has been scaled down enough, it is then ready to be cut from the base and later removed. If you would like the stump to be ground further, we can also accommodate this or remove it entirely.
Stump removal is the process of digging out the base of a tree, or stump, and removing it entirely. If you plan on having a stump removed, there are a few things to consider beforehand. First, many stumps may leave behind larger gaps in the ground that can take time to fill up naturally to blend in with the rest of the lawn. We do our best to fill these holes for you, but it will take time for the soil to settle in the new location.
Stump grinding is done by using a stump grinding machine to shave off layers of the existing stump. If you have a stump left in your lawn, it will continue to grow over time and can eventually protrude from your lawn. Stump grinding is an alternative solution to stump removal and allows you have the tree itself removed, without having to deal with the holes that stumps can leave behind. Stump grinding instead manages the height of the stump without compromising the beauty of your lawn.
Lot clearing is done by mowing down any overgrowth that is present in the lawn and later going into removing any other debris and trees that could get in the way of the new building site. In essence, lot clearing it's done to ensure a safe and secure building foundation and to avoid any potential hazards that could compromise the safety of the new building. This means that the trees are too tall and could damage the building itself, they may need to be trimmed or removed. Lot clearing can also mean removing sticks, branches, rocks, and any other unwanted land debris that would get in the way of a safe building.