Our services include excavation and mulch clearing. Once we’ve finished, we can assist with road construction, pads, stock tanks, and more. Every new construction project requires some land clearing. Our experienced contractors will do everything required to properly prepare your site for construction.
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Experience: We have the experience working on land clearing projects in Texas.
Equipment: We have the necessary equipment to handle the job.
Price: We offer competitive pricing for your project.
We offer a variety of services, including excavation, mulch clearing, and debris removal. Excavation is the process of removing dirt, rock, and other materials from a site. Mulch clearing is the process of removing trees, brush, and other vegetation from a site. Debris removal is the process of removing trash, construction materials, and other waste from a site.
When choosing a land clearing company, it's important to choose a company with experience working in Texas. The company should also have the necessary equipment and experience to handle the specific type of land clearing job you need. That's where we come in.
Excavation is the process of removing dirt, rock, and other materials from a site. Excavation is often necessary for land clearing projects, as well as for construction projects such as building a new home or road.
There are two main types of excavation:
- Site preparation: Site preparation excavation is the process of leveling a site and preparing it for construction. This may involve removing dirt, rock, and other materials, as well as grading the site.
- Utility excavation: Utility excavation is the process of excavating trenches for buried utilities such as water pipes, sewer lines, and power lines.
Mulch Clearing Services
Mulch clearing is the process of removing trees, brush, and other vegetation from a site. Mulch clearing is often necessary for land clearing projects, as well as for development projects such as building a new subdivision or commercial park.
There are two main types of mulch clearing:
- Mechanical mulch clearing: Mechanical mulch clearing uses heavy machinery such as bulldozers and excavators to remove trees, brush, and other vegetation.
- Manual mulch clearing: Manual mulch clearing uses hand tools such as chainsaws and axes to remove trees, brush, and other vegetation.
Debris Removal Services
Debris removal is the process of removing trash, construction materials, and other waste from a site. Debris removal is often necessary for land clearing projects, as well as for construction projects such as building a new home or road.
There are two main types of debris removal:
- On-site debris removal: On-site debris removal involves removing debris from the site and disposing of it properly.
- Off-site debris removal: Off-site debris removal involves transporting debris from the site to a landfill or other disposal facility.
Cost of Land Clearing Services
The cost of land clearing services varies depending on the size and complexity of the job. Factors that affect the cost of land clearing services include:
- Size of the property: The larger the property, the more expensive land clearing services will be.
- Complexity of the job: The more complex the job, the more expensive land clearing services will be. For example, land clearing that involves excavation and mulch clearing will be more expensive than land clearing that only involves removing trees and brush.
- Type of soil and rock: Land clearing is more expensive in areas with hard soil and rock.
- Location: Land clearing is more expensive in urban areas than in rural areas.
Dirt roads are a vital part of life in Texas. They provide access to ranches, farms, and other rural properties. However, dirt roads can be difficult and expensive to maintain. That's where Fred Nuncio's Fencing and Construction comes in.
We can help you build a new dirt road, repair an existing dirt road, or maintain your dirt road. We have the experience and equipment to do the job right.
Why Choose Fred Nuncio's Fencing and Construction for Your Dirt Road?
- Professionalism: We have the experience and expertise to build and maintain dirt roads to the highest standards.
- Equipment: We have the necessary equipment to build and maintain dirt roads, such as graders, excavators, and dump trucks.
- Affordability: We offer competitive rates.
- Convenience: We can take care of the entire process from start to finish, so you don't have to worry about anything.
We Offer a Variety of Services, Including:
- New dirt road construction: If you need a new dirt road built, we can help. We will work with you to design the road and choose the right materials.
- Dirt road repair: If your existing dirt road is in need of repair, we can do that too. We can patch holes, grade the road, and install drainage systems.
- Dirt road maintenance: We also offer dirt road maintenance services. This includes things like grading the road, mowing the shoulders, and removing debris.
We'll Take Care of a Few Things to Prepare For the Construction:
- Clear the area: We'll clear the area where the road will be built or repaired of any trees, brush, and debris.
- Mark the road: We'll mark the boundaries of the road with stakes or flags.
- Get a permit: If we're building a new dirt road, you may need a permit from your city or county. We'll take care of this for you.
The Construction Process Typically Involves
- Site preparation: We'll clear the area where the road will be built or repaired and mark the boundaries of the road.
- Grading: We'll use a grader to level the ground and create a smooth surface for the road.
- Compaction: We'll use a compactor to compact the soil and make it more stable.
- Surfacing: We'll apply a layer of gravel or other material to the surface of the road.
- Drainage: We may also install drainage systems to prevent water from pooling on the road.
Dirt Road Maintenance
Dirt roads require regular maintenance to keep them in good condition. The most important maintenance task is grading. Dirt roads should be graded at least once a year to remove ruts and potholes. Other important maintenance tasks include mowing the shoulders, removing debris, and repairing any damage to the road surface.
Choosing the location: W'll help you select a level area that is suitable for the building's size and purpose and make sure the area is not prone to flooding and that there are no underground utilities or pipes.
Obtain necessary permits: We'll check with your local government agencies to see if you need any permits or approvals to clear the land.
Remove vegetation: We'll remove any stumps or roots that could interfere with the foundation or construction of the building.
Level the area: We'll level the area and remove any large rocks or debris and ensure that the area is smooth and free of any large bumps or depressions.
Install utilities: We'll install any necessary utilities, such as water, sewer, or electrical lines, before pouring the foundation.
Pour the foundation: We'll pour a concrete foundation for the building and allow it to cure for several days.
Help you choose the location: We'll help you select a level area that can hold the tank and provide easy access for animals to drink from it. Make sure the area is not prone to flooding and that there are no underground utilities or pipes.
Obtain necessary permits: We'll check with your local government agencies to see if you need any permits or approvals to build the tank.
Remove vegetation: We'll clear the vegetation in the area and remove any stumps or roots that could interfere with the tank.
Level the area: Our bulldozers and other heavy equipment will level the area and remove any large rocks or debris, ensuring that the area is smooth and free of any large bumps or depressions.
Land Clearing Examples
These are just some of the land clearing, road construction and pads projects Fred Nuncio Fencing and Construction, LLC has done.
Serving These Counties
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- Burnet County Including Burnet, Horseshoe Bay, Kingsland and Marble Falls
- Brown Country - Including Bangs, Brooksmith, Brownwood and Early
- Concho County - Including Ballinger, Eden, Eola, Doole, Millersview and Paint Rock
- Kerr County - Including Center Point, Hunt, Ingram and Kerrville
- Llano County - Including Castell, Bluffton, Kingsland and Llano
- Lampassas County - Including Adamsville, Lampassas, Lometa and Kempner
- Mason County - Including Art, Katemcy, Loyal Vally and Mason
- Menard County - Including Fort McKavett, Menard and Hext
- McCulloch County - Including Brady, Calf Creek, Fife, Melvin, Rochelle and Voca
- Tom Green County - Including Carlsbad, Christoval, Grape Creek, Knickerbocker, San Angelo, Wall, Vancourt and Veribest