Clearing and Mulching
Tree and Stump Removal
With the 20 tonne excavator and mulcher tree removal and stump removal has never been safer, cleaner or easier for all of Denmark, Albany, Walpole and the general Great Southern Region
With the digger and its attachments even the biggest Karri tree can be mulched standing up or felled them mulched. Small trees are mulched from the top down to the roots while standing while the larger trees are mulched in a few stages. The choice is yours with the larger trees as I can arrange a local luces mill for saving and slabbing any of those treasures natives that are too good to lose.
Farm Dams Construction
Dam Construction Denmark and Great Souther Region
With 20 year’s experience, dam construction and reconstruction / renovations in and around the Denmark region are standard procedure for Phil Williams and the 20 tonne excavator.
Phil has built over 200 dams around Denmark, Albany, Walpole, Mt Barker and the surrounding areas.
Dams constructed include, general feed and livestock dams, valley dams, soaks, pleasure and swimming dams, aquaculture dams for marron, trout farms and all other types of fish. Services also include landscaping and feature dams such as waterfalls, swimming, jetty’s. The choice is yours.
Civil Works with 20 tonne Excavator
Significant civil works can be constructed with the 20 Tonne Komatsu Digger in and around Denmark including road and crossover construction, earthworks and earthmoving, building retaining walls and levelling pits through to digging trenches for houses, and other residential and commercial construction. Working with a number of local Denmark Builders and shires providing references will be no problem.
As an approved contractor for the Shire od Denmark (Denmark Shire) government work is no problem.
There is no better way to protect your house this summer by mulching your surrounding areas rather than general clearing methods. Mulching firebreaks or clearing firebreaks with the mulcher is the only way to go.
A mulched clear firebreak will provide years’ worth of mulch ground cover to stop the dreaded regrowth overgrowing the firebreak again, providing huge economical savings by reducing the frequency of firebreak servicing and clearing,