Brush Clearing

Brush clearing involves removing the small trees, shrubs, or underbrush that can be found in an area in order to make it easier to access or use. This process is often necessary for fire prevention, land management, construction, or to maintain roadways, amongst many other purposes. Brush clearing can be done manually using tools such as axes and machetes, or mechanically, using machines such as chainsaws and bulldozers. Crane Hill uses top of the line equipment such as the Fecon Forestry Mulcher to make these big jobs much easier for the property owners.

The method chosen typically depends on various factors, such as the size of the area that needs clearing, the type of vegetation present, and the desired outcome. Regardless of the method chosen, brush clearing should always be done in a responsible and sustainable manner in order to maintain the ecosystem and natural habitats.

The Brush clearing services offered by Crane Hill Contracting can provide efficient and rapid clearing of thick vegetation and smaller trees. Rather than spending hours clearing fields or trees and undergrowth by hand, allow Crane Hill Contracting to brush clear your property with their top-of-the-line equipment. After mulching, the property can be walked or driven on immediately after clearing, opening up the view as well as providing walkways or driveways on your property.

DID YOU KNOW? Brush clearing can increase the value of your property! Brush clearing is an important way to increase property value as it not only improves its overall appearance but also enhances safety and reduces the risk of fire. When there is excessive vegetation such as trees, shrubs, and weeds, it can make a property look unkempt and neglected. By clearing up the brush, the property looks more maintained and well-kept. Additionally, brush clearing significantly decreases the risk of wildfire, especially in dry areas where wildfires are common. When a property is cleared of excess brush, it becomes more accessible to potential buyers or renters, making it more valuable. Overall, brush clearing should be viewed as an investment in a property's appearance, safety, and potential value.

Property owners not only will have more usable property, but will eliminate the habitat for snakes, ticks, chiggers and other pests. Brush Clearing with forestry mulching equipment can be done with minimal disturbance to the topsoil, desirable trees and vegetation with selective clearing.

Developers and farmers will have speedy and reliable land preparation with Crane Hill Contracting’s Brush Clearing Services, conducting brush clearing that will leave the land ready for any project.