3 Tips To Find A Good Land Clearing Contractor
A common problem we hear from customers about land clearing contractors is that they don’t listen.
The land is yours, and you know what you want. But your learn upon completion of the job, that its still not fully cleared. This is a common problem with other contractors, but not Samson Land Clearing.
Tip #3 – Marked off Land Clearing
We can do full lot clearing, or partial lot clearing. We can also do bush and brush clearing. Selective clearing or full clearing. If you want a partial land clear we will mark off the trees to be cut down with paint. Or if you need a right of way clearing we will mark off the road or pathway that needs to be cleared.
This is why you want to use marked off land clearing so everyone is on the same page about the land clearing. If some trees were supposed to be put in a pile on the left side of the land because you are building on the right side a house, then the trees should be put on the left side of the land, not the right side where you intend to build a house
Tip #2 – Contractor Should Be On Time
Land clearing contractors should always be on time. If your project requires a deadline you can assure we will meet it. Many customers in the past have told us how they chose a contractor that was late and it slowed down their project. With Samson Land Clearing we will always be on schedule and on time.
Tip #1 – Contractor Land Clearing Equipment
A common complaint we hear about land clearing contractors is that the site still had trees or brush. Or that the lot clearing was of poor quality.
Land clearing is an important part of the home building process. You want to make sure the contractor can remove all tree stumps, trees, and brush. Some contractors have out dated equipment like dump trucks and bull dozers that cant remove tree roots. This is bad if you are building on the land because root rot can later cause a house foundation to crack.