CUSTOM JOBS range from small, medium to large. No job is too small and most aren't too large. Yes, I have had job requests in the past that were either too big for my equipment or out of my scope of operations. I will never tell you I can do a job if I can't.  I will never contract a job out. To do so would place me as the "middle man" which means I'd have to charge you a fee as well as the contractor. That means more costs for you and a bad reputation for me.  And...I can't be responsible for someone else's work.  If possible, I will assist in finding the write company that can do the job for you. If you have a need that's not listed here then please don't hesitate to call.  If my equipment can handle it....I can handle it.  There are too many jobs to list here that are within my scope of operations so you may have that custom job such as many others before.  Custom doesn't mean higher prices either.  It just means that yours may not be listed in one of my categories as of yet. Below are a few "Custom Jobs" from the past that are now categorized in a title above.
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I have the capability to move, pile, relocate or haul away a variety of materials.  These tasks and others are easily accomplsihed with the Grappling Hooks that allow me to grab items with it's hydraulic claws. As shown here in pictures one and two and three, several slash piles are being relocated and consolidated into one large pile. In picture four this customer cut down a large number of trees and needed the logs and branches piled and stacked in a convenient location at the road for future chipping and removal.  The logs were hauled away but the branches were left on site for chipping for mulch and bedding cover.
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DURING
AFTER
Old rotting pile of firewood and uncut tree limbs that have become a haven for the local rodents.
Another large pile of limbs and trash. After digging into the pile we discovered a lot of old roofing shingles that the previous owner attempted to burn. What a mess...and environmental hazard.
The final and largest pile of old limbs, branches and stumps.
This is what the field hilltop looked like after the previous owner had it bulldozed with the intentions to construct an arena on it. My job was to regrade it back to it's natural slope and appearance.
The field was riddled with perk holes that had to be back-filled.
All of the individual slash/trash piles were sorted into two primary piles. One for Clean Green Recycling material and the second for landfill disposal.
Even though we tried to get as much into the Clean Green pile as possible, we still ended up taking more than expected to the landfill.
We cut down two dead tress and trimmed all the evergreens and orchard trees up to allow access by mower so all the limbs are being added to the slash pile for removal.
Horse Shelter to be demolished and hauled away.
All material has been removed from the property and the grounds received a final cleaning.
The pictures at left are a compilation of work performed for a new homeowner showing the Before, During and After shots of a major cleanup of the property. The property had previously been vacant for 3 years. Work performed included (1) the removal and clean-up of several slash/trash piles, (2) field mowing, (3) backfilling old perk holes, (4) grading and leveling a hilltop back to the natural slope and lay of the land, (5) tree removal and trimming, (6) demolition and removal of an old horse shelter,  and (7) lawn care & maintenance. Lawn care is not a service normally provided but an exception was made for this client since he was teaching  in Saudi Arabia for several months. Each area is broken down in the Before, During and After pictures with a description of work performed.
The previous owner of this property had many slash and trash piles that needed to be removed. The piles were a combination of tree limbs and clippings, stumps, old (rotted) firewood and trash. To save the new property owner a little money we recommended and proceded to seperate the piles into "Clean Green" Recyclable material to reduce the disposal fee compared to the higher landfill rates. What we disovered after moving the various piles into two primary piles was old lumber with nails, household trash, metal and old roofing shingles that the previous owner had attempted to burn which left behind one large molten pile of tar. After several days of seperating and a full day of hauling it all off, the property now looks like new and is save for the new owners and there children.he previous owner had many slash and trash piles that needed to be removed. The piles were a combination of tree limbs and clippings, stumps, old (rotted) firewood and trash. To save the new property owner a little money we recommended and proceded to seperate the piles into "Clean Green" Recyclable material to reduce the disposal fee compared to the higher landfill rates. What we disovered after moving the various piles into two primary piles was old lumber with nails, household trash, metal and old roofing shingles that the previous owner had attempted to burn which left behind one large molten pile of tar. After several days of seperating and a full day of hauling it all off, the property now looks like new and is save for the new owners and there children.
All these branches have to be consolidated into one convenient pile
Now this pile is in a convenient location for chipping
More brush to move to clean up the site.
Not the best logging trailer for moving timber but we got it done.
Log pile to be moved and hauled away.
Grappling Hooks are great for picking up large amounts of material or selecting single items as desired.
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