Land Clearing Companies

Land clearing companies provide a professional alternative to a potential do-it-yourself project. Unusable land filled with trees, stumps, rocks, or other vegetation can be turned into more practical space. Doing so can sometimes be a tall task though.

Bob Mahoney Excavating, inc. Offers services in:

  • Richmond, IL
  • Fox Lake, IL
  • McHenry, IL
  • Antioch, IL
  • Crystal Lake, IL
  • Wonder Lake, IL
  • Waukegan, IL
  • Round Lake Beach, IL
  • Vernon Hills
  • Libertyville
  • Mundelein IL
  • Hebron, IL
  • Marengo, IL
  • Woodstock, IL
  • Harvard, IL
  • Spring Grove, IL
  • Burlington WI
  • Elkhorn WI
  • Lake Geneva WI
  • Paddock Lake WI
  • Kenosha WI
  • Wilmot WI
  • Twin Lakes WI
  • Genoa City WI
  • Salem WI

You may want to clear land in order to build on it or to simply improve the land for wildlife and your own outdoor activities. The first step to take is deciding what type of equipment you need and whether or not you can tackle the project yourself. If the task seems too intimidating, there are professionals available to help.

Have The Right Equipment At Your Disposal

The equipment required for land clearing will often depend upon the size of a lot and what needs to be removed or changed. Some of the equipment you may need can include shovels, pickaxes, chainsaws, and even bulldozers.

While the average person might have some experience with a shovel, you may not know your way around something as sizable as a bulldozer or excavator. This is where the professionals can come into play. Take a look at the tools and equipment you will need for clearing your land and decide whether or not you require the help of a professional service. They will have the experience and equipment ready to go for the project.

Keep Your Land Clearing Up To Code

Even if the project appears straightforward, there might be certain permits that you need. Look into your state and local requirements before you begin.

Permits associated with land clearing may have to do with whether or not your project impacts the surrounding environment. Analyze what needs to be cleared and make sure that you have the proper permits in place if any are required. Plus, if you’re unsure as to what permitting is necessary, companies and inspectors can be useful resources for moving forward. Have everything in order before you begin your project.

Know What To Do With What You Clear

Removing items such as trees, stumps, rocks, and more from your property is just part of the process. The next step is knowing and deciding what to do with what you’ve cleared.

Take note of what is being cleared and do your research. If you are clearing trees, some may be valuable enough that a company will pay you for them. Otherwise, you may be able to turn what you’re clearing into something useful such as mulch, wood chips, or firewood. If you’re unsure of what to do with what you’re removing, a professional service is able to advise you on the process. They may even be able to take the byproduct of what is being removed off of your hands. These companies can guide you through the process from start to finish. Never hesitate to reach out to the professionals.

Now The Project Begins

After you’ve taken stock of what’s on your land and done the proper research, you’re ready to begin your land clearing project.

Remember that land clearing companies are here to help. They provide professional experience and guidance on the project. The professionals can give you peace of mind by tackling the heavy lifting. They can also point you in the right direction if you’re unsure of where to start. Whether it’s your first project or just one of many, a professional service is always there to help out.

Click here to learn more about Bob Mahoney’s Land Clearing Company, servicing Northern Illinois and Southern Winsconsin.