The land clearing and grubbing division of Victory Gardens handles everything from small residential to large commercial work. We prepare sites for future residential, commercial and industrial use, as well as working with homeowners on lot clearing, underbrush, pastures, and much more.
Victory Gardens has been providing land clearing services for private, commercial, and municipal clients for over 20 years. With a track record of safety, professional conduct, and customer satisfaction, we have grown into a premier provider of land clearing services in the tri-state region.
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We offer turnkey land clearing, grinding and haul-out services In Bucks County PA and the surrounding region. With over two decades of experience and veteran operators behind our extensive line of equipment, there is no job too large. Our experienced staff works closely with township managers, municipal clients, project owners, general contractors, and private customers to ensure all of your needs are met in a timely manner.
For professional, expert land clearing in Bucks County PA, call Victory Gardens Inc.! You can also call us for a quote if you are located in any of the following counties in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Delaware: Montgomery County, Berks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Monmouth County, Burlington County.
Our land clearing division in Bucks County PA stands ready to help prepare your site. Whether you are a homeowner, a small company, or a large, multinational business, we can be your land clearing solution. Victory Gardens has been providing land clearing and lot clearing for businesses and residences of all sizes for more than two decades. If you need land clearing, you need Victory Gardens! Call us for a land clearing, grubbing, or erosion and sediment control consultation. Call us to buy triple ground mulch, or for a stone supplier in Bucks County PA. Land clearing is the removal of any existing material from a site, in preparing it for development. Land clearing can include the removal of trees and other vegetation, and grubbing, which is the excavation of stumps and roots. Land clearing can expose soil to erosive forces. We use best management practices (BMP) (including Grading Management) which prevent erosion, in conjunction with proper land cleaning practices to keep soil on site. One essential BMP is the Riparian Buffer, which includes the minimum width of natural vegetation to be left in place to protect water bodies. This is important because vegetation provides shade for rivers and other water bodies. When land clearing is done immediately adjacent to a water body, shade is reduced, which can result in increased water temperature. For some fish species, such as salmonids, even slight increases in water temperature can be lethal. Other BMPs for soil erosion and sedimentation control will likely be necessary, based on the unique site characteristics associated with the area to be graded. Erosion control measures can prevent environmental damage caused by pollution, soil erosion, and sedimentation from land development. A right-of-way refers to the strip of land underneath and around municipal property such as power lines.
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