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Land Clearing

The Benefits of Land Clearing

Land clearing allows landowners to optimize the use of their property. By removing trees, brush, and other vegetation, land can be prepared for various purposes such as construction, agriculture, or recreational activities. This creates opportunities for property development, expanding farming operations, or creating open spaces for recreational use; maximizing the land's potential. Land clearing promotes fire safety and risk reduction. In Washington State, where wildfires can pose a significant threat, proper land clearing can create firebreaks and reduce fuel loads, minimizing the risk of wildfires spreading and causing damage to properties. Clearing vegetation around structures and power lines also enhances fire safety and protects both property and human lives. Furthermore, land clearing can contribute to improved land management and environmental stewardship. Responsible land clearing practices, such as selective clearing and proper disposal of cleared materials, can help control invasive species, enhance wildlife habitats, and support ecosystem health. It allows landowners to restore balance to their properties, manage vegetation growth, and promote sustainable land use practices.

our process


Safety: Throughout the entire process, Excalibur Land Services will prioritize safety and efficiency, ensuring that the land clearing project is carried out smoothly and exceeds your expectations.


Site Assessment: The first step is to assess the site and determine the scope of work. This includes evaluating the size of the area to be cleared, identifying any obstacles or hazards, and assessing the type and density of vegetation present.


Planning and Permitting: Proper planning is essential to ensure compliance with local regulations and obtain any necessary permits for land clearing activities. This may involve submitting applications, obtaining approvals, and coordinating with relevant authorities.


Tree and Vegetation Removal: Once the necessary permits are obtained, the actual removal of trees and vegetation takes place. This can involve various techniques and equipment, including chainsaws, brush cutters, bulldozers, excavators, or specialized mulching machines. The goal is to clear the area of trees, brush, undergrowth, and any other veget


Debris Management: After the vegetation is removed, the debris needs to be managed. This may involve processes such as chipping, mulching, or removal and disposal of the cleared material. Proper disposal methods should be followed, taking into account environmental regulations and recycling opportunities.


Site Cleanup and Grading: Once the debris is managed, site cleanup and grading are typically performed. This involves removing any remaining debris, leveling the land, and addressing any erosion control measures to ensure the site is left in a suitable condition for further use or development.


Land Preparation: Depending on the intended use of the cleared land, additional land preparation may be necessary. This can include activities such as soil conditioning, grading for drainage, or preparing the site for construction or agriculture.


Project completion: We want to make sure that you are 100% satisfied in our work. Before we leave a job site we will make sure that all of your questions are answered and you are completely comfortable with the work that was performed.



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Excalibur's Bryan Warman and crew planned and constructed a new outdoor entry area and side yard walkway at our Queen Anne home, including concrete debris removal, regrading, adding a retaining wall and crushed stone base, and bringing in expert cement masons to pour a new entry and sidewalk -- all while protecting an extensive irrigation and electrical lighting system. Completed project is attractive, safer and much more functional.

T. Finn

Was great working with Excalibur. Their crew was awesome, always asking if they were doing the job to my satisfaction. They came out and cleaned up 10 acres of overgrown property that you could barely walk through. Their mulching machinery is very impressive and highly effective. I plan to have them do more work for me in the future.

Dean Justice

Great communication from the get go, great price for shed pad and very professional with the end result being spectacular! The shed installers commented on pad construction and attached photo shows end result. Services: Concrete masonry, Yard grading, Grading & resloping

Kathie Schultz

Overgrown field mowing. On time, on price. Very easy to work with. Will do business again.

Eugene Hill

Bryan and his crew were very professional and courteous. They arrived on time, did the grading required and did an excellent job of cleanup when they were done. We were very pleased with the job.

Tom Montgomery

Bryan and his whole team was very helpful, fast and did a tremendous job. I think the driver went a little over our allotted 4 hours but don't tell the boss. I would highly recommend reaching out to Excalibur for any land clearing needs. Great Job!!!

Ian Kilpatrick

Excellent customer service and quality of work. Professional. Fair pricing. Highly recommended.

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Demolition and removal of a burned home.

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We understand that navigating your next project can be complex, which is why we have compiled a collection of frequently asked questions and their answers to provide you with clear and concise information.

Whether you're seeking details about our services, equipment, environmental considerations, or project timelines, this FAQ section aims to provide the answers you need. If you have any additional inquiries or require personalized assistance, our knowledgeable team is just a phone call or email away.

We're here to help you make informed decisions and ensure your concrete project needs are met with professionalism, efficiency, and environmental responsibility.

What happens to the cleared vegetation and debris?

The cleared vegetation and debris depends on the project requirements and what your goals are for your land. In some cases, the vegetation may be chipped, mulched, or hauled away for disposal or repurposing. Other times, it may be left on-site for erosion control or habitat restoration. We will work with you to understand what options are available and make suggestions that will give you the best possible result.

Will land clearing affect the existing vegetation or trees on my property?

Yes, land clearing involves removing existing vegetation and trees from the designated area. However, if there are specific trees or vegetation you wish to preserve, we work with you to develop a plan that minimizes the impact on desired trees or vegetation.

How long does a land clearing project typically take?

The duration of a land clearing project depends on factors such as the size of the land, the density of vegetation, the chosen clearing method, and any specific project requirements. Smaller projects may take a few days, while larger or more complex projects can take several weeks or even months.

What methods are used for land clearing?

Manual Clearing: This method involves the use of hand tools such as axes, machetes, or chainsaws to cut and remove vegetation and small trees. It is typically suitable for small-scale projects or areas with limited vegetation. Mechanical Clearing: Mechanical methods utilize heavy machinery to clear vegetation and trees efficiently. Bulldozers, excavators, skid steer loaders, or forestry mulchers are commonly employed for this purpose. These machines can push, pull, or cut down vegetation, clear debris, and create access paths. Herbicide Application: Herbicides can be used to selectively or broadly target vegetation, including brush, weeds, or invasive species. This method involves spraying herbicides to kill or suppress plant growth. It should be done following proper guidelines, taking into account environmental and safety considerations. Mulching: Mulching is a method where specialized machinery, such as forestry mulchers, grinds vegetation into mulch or wood chips. This process can clear vegetation while simultaneously creating organic material that can be used for erosion control or other purposes. Excavation: In some cases, land clearing may involve excavation to remove not only vegetation but also rocks, stumps, or other obstructions. Excavators or backhoes are typically used for this method to dig, lift, and remove debris from the site.

Why is land clearing necessary?

Land clearing is necessary to create usable space for various activities such as building structures, cultivating crops, establishing roads or pathways, creating firebreaks, enhancing visibility, improving access, or promoting safety.

What is land clearing?

Land clearing refers to the process of removing vegetation, trees, debris, and other obstacles from a piece of land to prepare it for construction, agriculture, landscaping, or other purposes.