Frequently Asked Questions
Forestry Mulching & Land Clearing
A forestry mulcher is either a dedicated machine 150 horsepower and up or a Compact Track Loader with a mulching head. It has a hydraulically driven head with knife or carbide teeth used to process whole trees into fine mulch.
Forestry mulching is great, cheaper alternative because there is no need to haul off material, with the added cost associated with hauling material offsite. It’s a cost-effective solution that also provides a layer of mulch left behind to significantly decrease erosion as well as put nutrients back into the soil to promote healthier growth for surrounding trees typically 8” and larger.
Yes! We also do clear cutting and stump removal for new structures in cases were the stumps need to be removed for future excavation. We can either haul off the material or burn it on-site if your town allows controlled burns.
We provide compact excavation services such as trenching for utilities, drainage swales, creek restoration projects, small culvert installation and replacement, and much more.
Yes! We use cutting edge technology to ensure your project is done right and ready for a new building to be built on, keeping a strong base for years to come.
Yes! We install French drains to ensure standing water problems in your yard are no longer a concern, and you can return to utilizing your entire yard.
Yes! The last thing you want to worry about is your basement flooding. One of the ways to keep that from happening is directing the water out away from your home and dispersing it through your yard to leach into the soil over a larger area at a safe distance from your home.
Water typically pools in your yard for a few main reasons. You may have a low spot in your yard where the water runs to. Your sump pump discharge could be going on and off often if you have a low water table, which causes excess water. Or you could have bad soil, which causes the water to drain much slower than needed.
Large Application Mowing
We do not offer residential mowing services—we do more work with pasture mowing, right of way mowing, and large state and town-owned jobs. We also do H.O.A. mowing maintenance on vacant lots and foreclosed development maintenance.
It depends on the job. If it's a large acreage job or ditch mowing for municipalities, we use a large ag tractor with a winged mower or flail mower. If it's a smaller acreage job, pasture, or a development with difference in terrain and obstructions, we use a skid steer with a brush hog attachment.