Creating space for a new project on your property is often more complicated than you anticipate. You not only have to get the area graded, you have to remove brush, shrubs, and often even large trees and stumps to ensure a clear area. You may not even consider the implications of clearing space when you decide to put an addition on your home or install an in-ground pool, but these are the kind of considerations that cause the majority of projects, such as these, to go over budget.
All Wood's Tree Service in Ogden, Bountiful, and Layton, UT offers lot clearing services that support the project at hand as an affordable way to set the stage for any new development, ranging from a simple extension of your outdoor patio to an entire addition on your home. For more information and to schedule a consultation, call us today!
Lot clearing can involve the removal of plants, rocks, and obstacles from an undeveloped lot to prepare it for building. Or, it can mean clearing a space on your property to begin a project. Let's discuss a few of the services commonly involved in lot clearing:
Shrubs and bushes are some of the most difficult plants to remove from the ground. They often grow strong with deep roots, so it takes a significant amount of digging and hard work if you're going to try to remove them on your own. When you use our lot clearing services, you'll find that we have the equipment to remove bushes and shrubs in only a fraction of the time it would take you to do it manually.
Brush clearing involves ensuring smaller plants, weeds, and other organic matter is removed from the property to prepare for a new building or a new development project.
If there are any trees in the way of the space you need, we'll remove them safely and effectively. Tree removal from All Wood's Tree Service is overseen and carried out by a team of ISA-certified arborists
Of course, when you need a lot cleared, you don't just want the tree removed; you also want the leftover stump ground down and removed as well. We can handle this using the latest equipment.
Finally, piles may be in the way of the area you aim to repurpose. Most often, this involves firewood but can also be piles of brush in one or more areas on your property.