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Land Clearing

Affordable Land Clearing Services in Sydney

Land clearing Sydney is the process of removing the trees and bushes, or other mostly wooded vegetation, from a particular extent of space. There are many reasons why an area needs to be cleared of its vegetation, and that includes new developments, residential or commercial buildings, railways, highways or any other transportation facilities, expanding your house or the construction of a new structure on your property.

Whatever the reason, land clearing Sydney is not an easy job that needs knowledge, training and special equipment to be performed properly. It is important to have this first stage of your project, which is clearing the land and get it ready for your development, thoroughly prepared. That is so you wouldn’t spend a lot more having to rectify it when you are in a more advanced stage in your development.

Professional Land Clearing in Sydney

Alex Tree and Garden Services handle all jobs regardless of size – residential or commercial. If your site needs to be cleared of trees, brush, logs, rocks and/or general debris, we have the necessary equipment and staff to handle any sized project. That means you can rely on us for any project you have in mind that involves land clearing Sydney, and be assured there will be no downtime for any of your big jobs.

Our clean-up is thorough, and we completely remove all wood and brush, leaving no mess behind. We are also fully insured and licensed, and adhere to all regulatory requirements.
Furthermore, our team employs safety measures for our staff and any other individuals present on and around the site, while making sure no damage will be inflicted on any neighboring structure.

Whether you choose to leave certain select trees in place or have the whole lot completely cleaned, we’ll perform the work to your specifications. Feel free to give us a call us on 0452 58 52 58 for land clearing Sydney services or a free estimate even if there are existing structures on the property needing to go.

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