Land Clearing, San Jacinto County, TX

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We offer several options for land clearing, including forestry mulching, batwing mowing, brush hogging, and hydro-axing.

If you want to develop a piece of property you own, whether it’s to place a house, a new commercial building, or something else, you’ll first need to hire a land clearing company to handle all the unwanted underbrush, trees, and other vegetation that stand in your way. While it’s possible to clear your land on your own, the job is labor-intensive and time-consuming if you don’t have the right equipment and experience. For folks in San Jacinto County, Texas, our team at Vickery Lawn Service, Land Clearing, and Stump Grinding is happy to handle the chore for you.

Land Clearing in San Jacinto County, Texas

Our preferred method for land clearing is forestry mulching, which is a highly efficient process and an eco-friendly alternative to other land clearing methods. Forestry mulching uses specialized equipment to mow down shrubs, grasses, and even small trees. The debris immediately passes through a chipper that turns it all into nutrient-rich mulch that is spread on the ground. The combination of the protective layer of mulch and the fact that the root systems of the plants are left intact means that when you choose forestry mulching for your land clearing project, you don’t have to worry as much about erosion, which is a big win.

We also offer several other options for land clearing, including batwing mowing, brush hogging, and hydro-axing. Under our careful supervision, the brush and unwanted growth on your property will be reduced to mulch, allowing you to develop it as you see fit.

If you have questions about land clearing or would like to speak with our team about how we can assist you, contact our office today.


At Vickery Lawn Service, Land Clearing, and Stump Grinding, we offer land clearing services throughout Polk County, Texas, including Ace, Camden, Corrigan, Dallardsville, Goodrich, Leggett, Livingston, Moscow, Onalaska, Shepherd, San Jacinto County, and surrounding areas.