Land with thick undergrowth can become breeding grounds for insects and rodents. You can prevent this by getting it cleared, especially clearing out blackberry bushes and unwanted vegetation. This not only fixes your land for farming but also increases the size of green space. Count on Above & Beyond Tree Service for professional brush clearing services on Vancouver Island.
Choose Us for Brush Clearing Services
We offer excavators from big to small, which allows us to cater to the task at hand. We also have a team of experienced hand fallers and climbers. Our skilled professionals have years of experience in clearing out blackberry bushes and stubborn undergrowth. We also provide mulching services for blackberry bushes and brambles. This helps reduce weeds, improves soil quality, and enhances plant growth. Do you have any questions about our brush clearing services? Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation with one of our professionals. We are looking forward to working with you!
What Our Customers Are Saying?
“Wow! Above & Beyond removed a large cherry tree in our yard. There was absolutely no damage to our soggy lawn and, beyond a 2" stump, no evidence they were there - no sawdust, branches, etc. left over. They also moved our children's trampoline across the yard out of the goodness of their heart - it was in the way of the tree that needed removing. We'll be happy to do business with Above & Beyond again!”
“Had over 20 cypress trees trimmed and I am very happy with the results. My wife was home when work was done and stated she was very impressed with the crew sent to do the work. We will ask for them again next year. Competitive pricing and came in at exactly what we were quoted. Thanks for a job well done.”
“Prompt to respond to a request for a quote and got the job done the next day! I thought I was ahead of the game and would book them for January but they did it super fast in two days from point of first contact to finished job! And the guys who did the pruning were very knowledgeable and cleaned up after themselves.”