Brush Removal Indianapolis
What is brush mulching, brush cutting and lot clearing? Indianapolis has many invasive plants such as Japanese honeysuckle, ground ivy and thorny brambles. We can help with your vegetation control and brush clearing needs! We can cut back unwanted weeds, brush along fences and remove brush anywhere on your property. From total removal of plant/root system to cutting back overgrowth along sidewalks, we are here to help!
Clearing your yard of overgrown brush is challenging task and you have stumbled on the solution...Schott Services! We have been clearing overgrown brush and trees since 2003. We have the proper equipment to clear the toughest weeds, trees and ivy on your yard or property. Do you have trails in your woods that need overgrowth cleared? We can help with clearing your woods of unwanted brush, brambles or honeysuckle. We can create new trails so you can enjoy all of your woods or maintain your existing trails. Our brush cutting equipment will mulch up brush and tall weeds that can decompose on the forest floor providing essential compost for your mature trees!
Do you have a small lot or backyard with limited access? No problem! Our equipment is compact to fit into small backyards, but very powerful to tackle the biggest jobs! Call or text today for a free estimate. And, from the initial contact to a satisfied handshake of well done you will communicate directly with John Schott-owner of Schott Services!
"They were able to come out and help me right away with some brush hauling. Price, clean-up, and professionalism was first rate. Will use again!"
"Called and he was able to come out that same afternoon! Provided text updates on when he'd be arriving and quick service. Would definetly use again!! Thank you!! :)"
"John did an excellent job of clearing away a massive amount of brush and overgrowth in my backyard. He came quickly, was on time, was courteous and respectful, worked very hard and quickly, and made sure I was happy with the results when he was done. I would highly recommend him."