Frequently Asked Questions
Do you charge an hourly or daily rate?
We want to make sure that the customer gets the best bang for their buck. Each job varies whether or not it is an hourly or daily rate. But for many of our jobs it is completed on an hourly basis.
How much do you charge?
There are many different variables that factor into how much we charge. (More info). The main factors are going to be the type of job, the terrain, and the equipment needed on the job.
Where do you travel to?
We currently travel all over Oregon, but are hoping to extend our services to southern Washington and Eastern Idaho
Are there discounts?
At this time we do not offer any discounts
Can I use grant money?
If you have a grant already for a project you can fund your project through the grant funds. If you think you might be qualified for a grant, you can find out more information here. We can also help to find out if there are any available grants for your project, and if you may be eligible to apply for one.
While burning is cheaper, it requires more work on your part, and doesn't have the added benefits mulching does. Mulching allows us to do the work for you. You don't have to gather any of the material, nor spend your time watching it. Mulching can be done year round, and helps to lessen your risk of something other than your burn pile catching fire. Mulch can be left in place and then it breaks down and returns nutrients back into the ground, maintaining and enhancing your land.
What does defensible space mean?
Defensible space is creating a buffer around your dwellings and properties to manage fire risk. Creating defensible space is a forestry service that can help to protect your home during fire season. You can find more information about creating defensible space here.