The Process of Site Work
If you’re looking to have some site work done on a particular plot of land that you own, it’s a good idea to understand the process and know what to expect. This way, you can be sure that you’re getting the best work done for you at the best price. There is a particular order in which things are done, so be sure to keep an eye out for it as the process is going along.
Getting the Site Work Started
Before land clearing even begins, it’s necessary to get the equipment there and ready to go. Depending on the type of site work that you need done, that could be as simple as rolling in a bulldozer or as complex as getting ready for a full demolition of a structure. Regardless, it’s necessary to make sure that you have both the people and the equipment in place before you get going.
Starting the Actual Job
In most cases, the best option is to next focus on the brush clearing. If there is a lot of overgrowth on the property, that is not only a problem in and of itself; it also makes it that much more difficult to do any other job. Excessive brush makes it harder to move about, can clog or hinder certain pieces of equipment, and makes it difficult to get an idea of the full scope of the job.
In many cases, this sort of clearing is the only major part of the task, but often it’s just the beginning. It can be especially difficult if the idea is only to remove some of the brush, preserving a certain amount for the aesthetics or even so that the land can be used for certain purposes. Either way, it’s where the bulk of a lot of site clearing companies end up putting their efforts.
Finally, the company that you’re working with should end the job with a full clean-up, which includes getting rid of debris and garbage created during the process. It shouldn’t be left to the land owner to have to get rid of piles of branches, left over concrete, or whatever else might be left behind. If your clearing company doesn’t clean up after themselves, you’re not getting your money’s worth – and they may be breaking the law, depending on where you live. “Clear” needs to mean “gone” by the end of the job.
Dean Land Clearing, Logging, Dirt Work, and Demolitions has been doing this kind of work for decades, and we know how to make sure that the job is done right, done well, and done quickly. If you need site work done, call the experts.