What You Should Know About Clearing Brush: Waste Solutions USA

When it comes to cleaning out brush, it can be as basic as mowing the grass and trimming the bushes. However, things can often get a little out of hand, and you may have to figure out how to clear your overgrown field. In this article, we will go over certain things you should know about cleaning brush from your yard or garden.

Before you begin your brush cleaning journey, make sure you have a plan on how you will take out all the brush you will cut. Specifically, we recommend using a roll-off dumpster, such as those from Waste Solutions USA. From pick-up to drop-off, Waste Solutions USA will ensure you have a successful project with the help of a quality dumpster.

Step 1: Survey Your Land

When building a house, it is important to survey the land and strategize how exactly the house will be built. Similarly, when it comes to cutting and clearing brush, it is important to walk around the yard to understand how you can clear out any brush and undergrowth efficiently and quickly.

Step 2: Decide How You Will Dispose Of The Brush

As stated earlier, it is important to plan beforehand how you will clean out your brush once it is cut. While filling up the brush in trash bags and taking it to the dumpster on your own may seem good, it will cause you to use a lot of time. Specifically, you will have to go drop off the brush all the way at the dump, and you can only go when the dump is actually open. On the other hand, renting a roll-off dumpster can help save you time and a trip to the dump. Additionally, Waste Solutions USA will drop and pick off the dumpster for you; you only have to worry about throwing in whatever you want to dispose of in the dumpster.

Step 3: Get The Tools Necessary For The Job

Here are some of the best tools we recommend for the job:

  • Tree Pruner
  • Bow Saw
  • Stump Grinder
  • String Trimmer/Weed Wacker
  • Chainsaw
  • Ax
  • Shovel

Additionally, you should have the following materials while you cut brush:

  • Extra dirt or topsoil
  • Safety helmet
  • A long-sleeved pant and shirt
  • Gloves

Step 4: Clean it all out

Now that you are well-prepared, it is time to begin cleaning out. First, start by cutting down any trees you may have marked while surveying the land. Next, you will want to remove any stumps using a shovel to dig them out and a stump grinder to discard them.

Finally, you will want to clean out all of the shrubs and undergrowth left over after cutting down the trees and removing stumps. Removing shrubs can be done by pulling them out or using a tree pruner. You can also use a tree pruner to clear out the undergrowth. Trim out any leftover vegetation using a scythe or string trimmer.

Step 5: Dispose of the debris and take out all remaining residue

You have officially cleaned out brush from the yard. Now, you need to start raking and clearing all the brush into a pile so you can throw it all into your dumpster. There is no right way of raking all of your brush, so just make sure you are cleaning it in a way that will make throwing it into the dumpster a lot easier.

Cleaning out brush can become a lot easier with the help of a dumpster. If you are looking for a dumpster to help with your next yard project, Waste Solutions USA can help! We will help you ease the process of your dumpster rental as much as possible. Feel free to call/text/email Waste Solutions USA for your waste hauling needs. We will discuss your options for size, placement, and date of delivery for your dumpster. Waste Solutions USA would love to earn your business!

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