The chipping process is an efficient way to condense brush piles for removal. This way there is no need for an expensive dumpster and a removal service. Once the tree is in the chipper it will be spit out into the back of our truck never to be seen by you again. As stated before, this is a great way to condense brush piles. Our professionals will take care of however much brush you need removed and always work harder than the competitors. This is the tree service the for you, if the best workers available sounds appealing. 509-412-3558
This process involves using a machine to break down the trees or shrubs you want to get rid of so they can be used somewhere else. The machine used to chip the wood is brought in behind a truck. After the machine is positioned our guys will begin to cut down any unwanted trees and brush. It will then be condensed in the chipper. Dont hesitate, and call today!
What to use the chips for
The uses for the chips range from biomass solid fuel and wood pulp to gardening, landscaping, and restoration ecology. All these uses are better than simply throwing the trees away. This gives many customers the feeling of non-wastefulness. The most direct use for the chips are for landscaping purposes. These wood chips provide a natural weed control that doesn’t affect the surrounding vegetation. They also double as a soil erosion prevention. Because the rain and wind will meet the wood chip first, it will therefore block the erosion effect towards the soil. This means longer lasting soil that holds a better nutrition content. Overall these chips can come in handy to you or someone else. The important part is that they’re not going to a landfill.
Check this list to get ready for us.
Any wood that has been piled using machines and contains rocks and dirt will not be chipped.
Matted pieces of wood that are too old will not be chipped.
Bamboo, poison oak, palm and succulents will not be chipped.
Maximum 6 inch diameter logs.
The wood should be accessible for the chipping crew. If not we can send someone to get it piled.
Lastly be prepared to get those nasty looking trees off your property.