Author: Daniel W.
May 12, On average, removing bushes and trees costswith most homeowners paying betweenand 1, These prices reflect total project costs. For any tree, bush or shrub between about 15 to 30 feet tall, you’ll paytoeach. For shorter bushes or shrubs, you might only pay 50 to 60 an hour plus any dumping fees.
May 20, Trees make a big difference in how much it costs to clear land. You could pay betweenand 2, per acre for lots with fewer trees, and between 3, and 5, per acre for heavily forested land. If your lot only has a few trees, you might pay aroundper tree.
Fallen trees cost far less, at 75 toapiece. Jul 11, The average cost to remove a large tree isto 1, for a size that’s between 30′ and 60′ tall. For trees larger than 60′ tall, expect to pay between 1, to 1, This covers boom-truck and bucket truck equipment costs.
Tree stump removal costs on average 75 to. A Georgia landowner [ 3] paid 2, to clear pine and brush from about acres, including clearing a driveway and digging a culvert, and 2, to clear about three-fourths of an acre in Florida.
Do-it-yourself land clearing is possible but it's a lot of work and typically requires access to. Jun 29, Land Clearing Steps Average Cost (Labor Included) Home Demolition and Removal: 5 - 10/bushhaul.bar Tree and Brush Removal:- 6,/acre: Forestry Mulching:- /acre: Reslope Lawn:- 3/bushhaul.bar: Prevention of Soil Erosion: 1 - 5/bushhaul.bar Top Soil Replacement: 20 - 43/bushhaul.bar For a basic project in zip code with square feet, the cost to Clear Land starts at-per square foot.
Actual costs will depend on job size. Removing a single tree costs aroundon average, but only aroundto remove fallen trees. Tree removal by the acre starts at around 1, for a lightly-wooded site and 4, on average for a heavily wooded area. Brush removal costs aroundper acre on average. You may need to hire a civil engineer to perform soil testing.