What is manual land clearing?

Cutting, also known as manual cleaning, refers to cleaning vegetation with standard tools. Tools such as cutting hoes, axes, machetes and, of course, cutters are used by a contractor or by yourself. This method of clearing land is cost-effective and the safest way, but it cannot be used in a larger-scale project due to the large amount of labor required by this method and the time it would take to complete the cleanup. Small-scale projects are the ideal circumstance to use the cut, as it may only take you a day or so, depending on the size of your project.

Manual ground cleaning consumes time and energy, but allows you to control which parts to clean and which parts to leave intact. Controlling fire can be a difficult and dangerous task. Fire can easily spread to areas you didn't intend to burn. Fire can also be difficult to put out, especially in windy and dry areas.

The best way to choose which land clearing method to choose is to consider the size of the land that needs to be cleared. Fire land clearing works best with large surfaces. Manual ground cleaning is done by pruning or removing dangerous or unwanted vegetation with hand tools such as chainsaws. This allows the land cleaning contractor to be precise and precise in removing vegetation and other obstacles.

Manual cleaning will use bucket trucks and spider lifts to remove what they cut or GRCS hand tools when those pieces of equipment cannot reach the clear ground. Items removed from the ground are placed in grapple or roll-off trucks and transported far away. If you want to start a construction project, you must first remove all debris, soil and any other existing materials from the designated work area. On the other hand, manual land clearing requires hours, if not days, to cut down shrubs and trees and other vegetation.

Manually clearing the ground, either by using machinery or hand tools, causes large-scale soil disturbance. You can use the topping, grubbing and stacking method when clearing land in coastal regions and regions that are primarily rich in Douglas fir, cedar and hemlock or maple trees. Considering the conditions of your fields, you may need to remove some rocks in order to better cultivate your land. However, depending on the size of your project, the dismantling stage could take a variable amount of time and could require a variety of machinery to complete the clearing.

We also specialize in regular and highly recommended tree care by trimming hedges and pruning trees in the North Shore region, Central Auckland, South Auckland, Auckland East and Western Auckland region. When a shredder is used as a form of land clearing, the need to return and fix the soil is reduced. The average clearing will also require other tools that an experienced clearing company will have on hand. While manual cleaning may be the least invasive way to clean your land, it will also be the most time consuming.

While this is understandable, cleaning and leveling the ground, when done correctly, is beneficial in many ways.