Mulching, or forestry mulching, is the process of converting leftover brush, trees and heavy branches into a biodegradable layer of ground covering. Instead of worrying about hauling out fallen trees and unwanted remnants at the tail end of a land clearing project, mulching is a fast, affordable and environmentally-conscious way to create a natural protective barrier over the soil while restabilizing the ground and encouraging native plant growth.
Here at Northeast Georgia Contracting, we’re known for being seasoned bush hogging, land clearing, demolition and forestry mulching pros. But did you know that we also offer a variety of other services for properties (both large and small!) such as professional pond management, fencing and storm cleanup?
The team at Northeast Georgia Contracting has expertise in all areas of demolition, from family-owned homes to multi-story commercial buildings. But did you know different types of demolition require their own sets of permits, machinery and even cleanup? Read on to learn the ways that a demolition expert can bring value to any demolition project, large or small.
Set Your Expectations
First thing’s first: before you approach a contractor for demolition services, ask yourself the following questions.
Thanks to Chip Gaines, the phrase “demo day” is now something many DIY home renovators have adopted on their own - smashing old beams, pulling out tired drywall, collapsing roofs and tearing down old cabinets has become a fun way to get blood pumping and reduce old, broken things to debris while making room for the new.
While land clearing might seem like a job that could be tackled in one roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-it-done weekend, there is some pretty convincing logic why hiring a professional land clearing contractor is the best way to make sure your property gets the treatment it deserves. Here are three reasons why outsourcing the job of land clearing saves you time, money, and benefits your land for years to come.
Topics: Land Clearing