Our hand crews are unbelievably effective at transforming properties–faster than you can imagine! They use chainsaws to cut cedar and underbrush, which can either be fed through a Chipper or laid out in a path for our mulching machines to obliterate. We can also leave the piles, if you choose, for wildlife habitat (common for those with wildlife tax exemptions) or to be burned at your leisure. We believe chipping or mulching the cut vegetation is the best way to go because of the environmental benefits the mulch provides. The layer of mulch left behind preserves your land by preventing soil erosion. Moisture and nutrients are sealed in beneath the mulch, thereby helping native grasses and desirable hardwood trees to flourish.
Our hand crew can work alone or in combination with our various machinery, including our tracked or wheeled skid steers, which can help them consolidate brush into large piles. If you have any questions about a potential hand crew job, please feel free to call our Office and speak to one of our experts about a free estimate.
Cedar Eaters of Texas can also clear your land with tree shears. While this method can be considerably cheaper than our mulching machines (and less invasive than dozing), you will still be left with an abundance of disturbed ground and large brush piles to get rid off. We typically perform our tree shearing services when we are dealing with small vegetation on rocky ground.