Shrub and Bush Removal
When you want to develop land on your property, whether, with a new outdoor feature like a swimming pool, a new landscape, a deck or patio, or something else, it’s not only tree you have to worry about clearing. Bushes and shrubs anchor themselves in the ground with a network of powerful roots. To take out an entire hedgerow is strenuous and time-consuming work.
Although tree care is our specialty, Clean Cuts Trees benefits from the use of the latest, specialized removal equipment that we use to remove shrubs and bushes in a fraction of the time it would take you to do so with the standard equipment. When you need bushes removed, roots and all, call Clean Cuts Trees in Kaysville, UT and Layton, UT to get started.
Why Remove Shrubs?
There is a variety of reasons, both functional and aesthetic, to have shrubs and bushes removed from your property:
- You need to reclaim space: One of the most common reasons to remove shrubs is simply because you want to use the space for something else. You might be adding onto your home, for example, or clearing space for a retaining wall so that you can extend your patio. No matter the reason, the shrubs have to come out, roots and all.
- The bushes are causing issues: Although the roots of bushes and shrubs are not quite as pervasive as those of full-sized trees, they can still interfere with pipes and underground structures. If they are too close to your home, bushes and shrubs may cause cracks in the foundation. These issues are not often serious but may cause you to have a bush removed to prevent further damage. It’s more likely than not that the whole group of plants will have to be removed for the sake of continuity.
- You want to update the look of your landscaping: Sometimes the issue may be just that you want a new-looking yard. Similar to the way interior design goes through trends, landscape design theory also changes, and sometimes the look of your yard starts to appear dated.
- The bushes are unhealthy: The bushes and shrubs may be malnourished or at the end of their lives for a variety of reasons. Maybe the climate isn’t ideal for those bushes that were planted before you moved in or for any other reason.