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Land Clearing NW

2818 S Parkway Ave  
Battle Ground, WA 98604


(360) 702-7739


In Battle Ground , Vancouver, Brush Prairie, Camas, Washougal and Portland or the surrounding areas

We have extensive experience removing plants, trees, and shrubs from residential properties.

Land Clearing Services

Land Clearing Services


When nature chooses to take over an area that should be functional and useable, property owners may find that hiring a quality land clearing service is a vital service they need. Natural impediments in landscaping include blackberries, trees, brush, hedges, and brambles, all of which, if allowed to remain uncontrolled, will develop and spread past the point of acceptable management, so obstructing access to necessary area.

Land Clearing NW

Land Clearing NW has been providing its services to the Clark County area, which includes the cities of Vancouver, Battle Ground, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Orchards, Brush Prairie, Ridgefield, Camas, Washougal, and Portland, as well as the surrounding territories. We make use of cutting-edge machinery that can clear and mulch enormous areas of land, so becoming it more usable and more easily administrable. Our large trucks can clear and grind undesired vegetation, and depending on your requirements, they may even grind it up to such a fine consistency that it can leave a mulched ground cover, creating a smooth surface area and a look similar to a park.

Importance of Land Clearing

It’s All About Location When It Comes to the Importance of Land Clearing to Reduce the Risk of Seasonal Fires
Seasonal fires are responsible for the destruction of millions of acres of arable land each year. During such times, the distance between a home and thick vegetation and trees is one of the primary elements that determines whether or not a home will be able to endure a big fire season. The likelihood that the fire may spread and destroy critical structures and shelters on your land increases proportionately with the distance between the ignitable regions and the structures.

Taking the effort to clear the land of all of the surrounding growth—including embedded tree stumps, roots of brush, and other such things—reduces the likelihood of fire hazard by removing ignitable impediments that might put your home in danger.

Other Plants Will Grow Back?

It’s Possible That Natural Obstacles Like Trees, bushes, and other Plants Will Grow Back.
Not only does taking the time to clear the land of all of the surrounding vegetation (including embedded tree stumps, roots of brush, and other similar things), which reduces the chance of fire hazard, but it also removes the likelihood that these natural growths may come back in the future. The issue with using chainsaws as the primary equipment for land clearing is that they are not meant to go all the way down to the roots, which is where the cycle of continuing growth begins. As a consequence of this, further care and pruning will be required every few months or years (depending on the growth), so establishing a loop that will never cease. Trees are no different. Despite the fact that they do not often regrow, you will still have to deal with the stumps, which requires you to bring out a grinder in order to reduce the remnants all the way to the ground.

At Land Clearing NW, we utilize clearing equipment that are specifically built to do all of these tasks simultaneously. As we travel throughout the land, the trees will be brought down by our heavy equipment, which will also tear through the brush and grind up the brambles. During the process of clearing, shrubs, trees, and most crucially their root systems are all removed, leaving behind a ground cover consisting of finely chopped mulch and an area that has been made clear.

How Does Our Work Appear When It’s Done Clearing Land?

It’s all well and good to speak about the advantages of land clearing, but seeing the outcomes can demonstrate what words alone can’t explain. You can see in the photographs and films that follow a selection of the local landowners with whom we have collaborated on various projects, the outcomes of those projects after the land has been cleared, and a selection of the heavy equipment that was used by our land to clear the land.