Brush chipping offers a safe and environmentally friendly alternative for getting rid of the remnants of pruning and trimming. Tree pruning and shrub removal can leave you with large piles of tree and shrub waste.
Whether you worked hard cutting down an unwanted tree or trimmed brush and low-hanging branches OR we at Arrow Tree and Landscaping removed unsafe trees and large limbs, the debris is often times too large for your trash removal or waste station to handle
Make Chips, Save Trips
Hauling large branches and piles of twigs to the dump simply isn’t possible for many homeowners. Hauling yard waste requires multiple trips to the dump, a trailer, and time you’d rather not waste. Arrow Tree and Landscaping can make chips from your wood waste quickly and easily with our heavy-duty brush chipper.
Call Of The Wild
Leaving large unattended brush piles on your property could be a calling card for unwanted wildlife. While some small wildlife such as rabbits and birds may be desirable or tolerable, other wildlife that may find a cozy home in your brush pile could include skunks, possums, and raccoons.
Get rid of excess brush before you end up creating the perfect location for a den inhabited by uninvited guests that refuse to leave.
We have chippers that can handle branches and limbs up to 18 inches in diameter. By feeding the limbs and brush into a chipper, we can turn the debris into small chips and remove them off your property.
Mulch and Garden Topper
Once we have cleared your brush and chipped the wood waste materials, you have the choice to claim the by-product. Wood chips are an excellent topper for gardens, keeping the moisture down in the soil. Wood chips and leaves also break down slowly providing valuable nutrients to the soil around your plants.
As a landscaping material, wood chips can be used to line pathways. If you choose not to keep the mulch, our brush chipping service includes removal of the wood waste.