For many utility projects, you don’t just want one or two trees removed—you need acres cleared of all existing vegetation. Our clearing crews are up for the job. We use a variety of specialized equipment—namely skidsteers, excavators, and woodchippers—in order to thoroughly remove underbrush and trees from larger sites.
Once a section of land has been cleared, the next step in preparing it for development is grubbing. Our crews remove the remaining stumps, logs, and other subsurface material from the ground with a combination of heavy machinery, including stump grinders and excavators.
We’re careful to gather up all material and debris and transport it off-site once the job is complete. We’re also mindful of the ecological impacts of our services—that’s why the material is repurposed whenever possible. For example, we turn wood chippings from land clearing projects into landscape mulch or use it for erosion control.