Heres a perfect example of why we don't run the largest equipment, most of the projects we get involve us navigating in tight areas and sometimes miles off the road. The equipment we run is powerful yet compact enough to squeeze through some of the tightest of spaces, so more trees don't need to come down.
Heres an in cab view mid clear. If you need or want clean dirt and the ability to til the soil, we need to ensure all roots and stumps have been removed to prevent damage to our customers equipment after we leave the jobsite.
One of the most efficient ways to get rid of brush and dead or rotted trees is to burn. Fire is very cost efficient and when used wisely it is a great tool. After burning the ash is spread out and is great for the soil.
We get asked quite often, "How far do your travel?".
Where ever the job takes us, We enjoy seeing new places this was one of our favorites. We often work near larger city's or in areas more populated. As you can see here, That is NOT the case with this job. We traveled miles of sand roads to get back to this project.
Heres a project, that was a woods that had been logged. Where we cleaned up all the debris and stumps and turned this area back into a field as it was many years ago.
During a Clearing & Grubbing project at times it looks like "A bomb has went off", that's just part of the process. Clearing takes time, its a matter of sorting though all the debris in order to make the end result as clean as possible.