Dirt Removal Indianapolis
Dirt, dirt and more dirt! This may be one of the most popular calls we get for our removal and hauling services. We are able to provide quick and efficient removal of your dirt pile, clean fill, stump grinder chips, brush debris, stone or any other piles of landscape material. Also, we provide Bobcat skid steer services to spread soil/dirt out on your property. This can typically save you money, rather than hauling it away. And, you get a new patch of grass when it's done!
Many customers, like myself, are Do-It-Yourselfers and like to install their own patio or landscaping. But, many of these jobs require excavation of soil. It's easy to make a pile in your backyard and forget about it. You leave it there for a few months, weeds take over and a few/many years later you have a nice mound of dirt with trees growing from it! Or, pile it on your driveway for much quicker removal! We dump responsibly at local landfills. And, more often than not we can reuse or recycle your unwanted dirt, rock, mulch, concrete or stump chips.
We have the solution! Depending on the volume of dirt, we can typically remove it same day or within a few days. We even provide light excavation of dirt and soil. You can save your back, many lost weekends and let us do the heavy lifting. Our equipment is small enough to get in to most backyards and quick enough to move large volumes of dirt effeciently! Indianapolis residents have called upon us since 2003 to move, haul away or spread dirt piles on their properties. Call or text today for a free estimate!
***We focus on removal of smaller loads of excess dirt from your DIY landscape projects, sewer line excavation, pool install, landscape mounds or residential dirt removal.
If you have 3 cubic yards or less in a pile, there is a minimum charge of $500. If you have 4 cubic yards or more in a pile, we charge $150 per cubic yard. The proximity of pile to loading into truck can affect price. For example: At curb/driveway vs. at the back of your property. Also, if needing excavation! For reference, a standard 8 foot pickup truck bed holds 2.5 cubic yards. Think of an F-150! Please send pictures to start estimation!***
"I had a dirt mound from a storm shelter install from a few years ago. He was able to stop by for a quick estimate and gave me a couple of different options (grading vs dirt removal). Really easy to work with and was honest/upfront with everything. Will use him again if I need any work done."