Land Clearing Contracting Services Near Frederick, PA
Our clients trust us as their terrain and land clearing experts in the Frederick, PA area. To clear land efficiently, T.A. Industries implements the use of large industrial machinery in an effort to reduce project costs and timelines. Land clearing often involves removal of underbrush, trees (small to very large), rocks (gravel), dirt, or invasive species (spotted lanternfly, etc). On-site land clearing is a common first step to accomplishing larger land development project goals. At T.A. Industries we offer an extensive list of land clearing services. Our services include but are not limited to brush hogging densely wooded large areas, land clearing for commercial projects, enable access to egress and entryways in hard to access areas, emergency storm clean up, logging and felling tasks, and water drainage management. We also offer terrain management services such as land grading, to restructure naturally occurring peaks, valleys, grades and elevations.
Our team provides expert solutions to all land clearing related services. We can effectively increase accessible land by clearing overgrown or densely wooded areas. We enable our clients to create opportunities for future structural development. Our team can reduce the unpleasantries associated with areas suffering from poor water drainage. Poor water drainage can cause damage to foundations and sidewalks, result in poor soil health (resulting in unhealthy or dead grass, flowers, plants, and trees), introduce pests (such as mosquitoes), allow water into basements, and create soil erosion.
Risk mitigation is key to a successful land clearing project. Project success depends on our ability to properly identify and assess on-site utilities. This includes but is not limited to underground gas lines, water lines, and electrical lines. Our team will take all the required and necessary steps to correctly identify future utility placement and plan our land clearing tasks with these locations in mind.
Our process begins by accurately assessing on-site utilities and any potential safety hazards. We educate our team to be safety experts with all potential land clearing hazards. A subset of hazards may include: unsafe vegetation (unsupported tree limbs, etc), large variances in terrain which could cause injury (loose vs compact, coarseness, embedded rocks, etc), and wildlife considerations (widow makers).
After creating a mitigation plan for on-site utilities and potential hazards we proceed to project size scoping and task execution. Our typical order of operations includes processing areas of brush and small trees, managing large trees, and finishes with optional organic material removal. We have cleared innumerable acres of underbrush, and our experience has led us to prefer leveraging forestry mulchers for most underbrush related tasks. Our equipment allows us to effortlessly convert brush and trees less than half a foot in diameter into biodegradable mulch. This conversion process happens within seconds and the resulting mulch byproduct will eventually decompose naturally into the surrounding soil. After effectively managing brush overgrowth we typically proceed to removal of larger trees.
The overall size and exact location of each large tree will determine how our team will plan to remove it. Relatively smaller trees will be removed with the assistance of an excavator. For safety and consideration of surrounding structures, larger trees will be cut down and placed within a predetermined landing area. This is a process commonly referred to as felling. Our team will then manage all large on-site lumber. We will divide lumber into more manageable pieces and have them hauled off-site. After the brush and all trees are removed we then continue to process the area by managing any remaining large tree stumps.
Our professional machinery has the ability to turn large stumps into mulch at or just below ground level. Thanks to the design of our machinery, there are no stumps that are too large in diameter to be handled. After grinding the stump, the remaining mulch may be spread throughout the surrounding area or covered with top soil. We also have the ability to level the entire area to a client defined grade.
Our team thoroughly evaluates each project size so we are always prepared with the best tools and equipment for the job. A common byproduct of performing land clearing services is biodegradable mulch. We are more than happy to assist our clients in repurposing or relocating this material to another on-site location, or we offer our services to permanently remove this material to an off-site location.
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Commercial And Residential Land Clearing Services Near Frederick, PA Include But Not Limited To:
Light and Densely Wooded, Small and Very Large Areas
Structures, Buildings and Projects
Egress and Entryways
Dense Wooded Areas Included
Commercial, Residential, Roadside
Emergency Storm Clean Up
Extended Business Hours Available For Emergencies
Logging and Felling
New Construction Sites
Preparing and Leveling
Right of Way Clearing and Maintenance
Water Drainage Management
Mitigate Damage in Foundation and Sidewalks, Reduce Soil Erosion,
Prevent Water in Basements, Eliminate Standing Water,
Improve Tree, Grass and Plant Health, Reduce Pests Like Mosquitos
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The Frederick and Pennsylvania Line railroad ran from Frederick, Maryland to the Pennsylvania-Maryland State line, or Mason–Dixon line near Kingsdale, Pennsylvania consisting of 28 miles (45.1 km) of center-line track and 29.93 miles (48.17 km) of total track including sidings. Chartered in 1867, the railroad started construction in 1869 and cost $868,687.50. It opened October 8, 1872 and was subsequently leased to the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) from January 1, 1875 and in July of that year, PRR formed the Frederick Division to operate the rail line. In the spring of 1896, it was liquidated in a judicial sale to the PRR for 10 percent of its 1896 book value. Pennsylvania reorganized the railroad in December, 1896 as the Frederick and Northern Railroad Company. In March 1897, this new company was itself merged with other PRR-controlled railways, the Littlestown Railroad Company and the Hanover and York Railroad Company into the York, Hanover and Frederick Railroad, chartered under the general laws of Pennsylvania and Maryland. In 1914, this railroad and the newly built Central Railroad of Maryland were then merged into the York, Hanover and Frederick Railway Company which remained a wholly owned stock subsidiary of the PRR into the creation of the PennDel Company on December 31, 1953, and then the Penn Central Transportation Company merger in 1968 and then bankruptcy in 1970. The Frederick and Pennsylvania Line segment and other former PRR properties in Maryland were sold by Penn Central to the State of Maryland in 1982 for $9,295,000. In 2006, the State sold approximately 20 miles of the branch to the Maryland Midland Railroad for approximately $300,000.As of 2021, all but two miles (3.2 km) at the southern terminus at Frederick still exist, operated by either the Walkersville Southern Railroad or the Maryland Midland Railway.