CT Land ClearingCommerical and Residential Land Clearing in CT
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Morgan Land Management has been Clearing Land in Connecticut for the past 12 years. Our Team has Extensive Expereience in: Right of Way Clearing, Brush Clearing, Lot Clearing, Construction Site Preperation and Residential Work. if you’re inlooking for a Connecticut Land Clearing and Excavation Company, you’ve found the right place. Contact Morgan Land Management Today!
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The Cost of Clearing Land
The cost to Hire a Land Clearing Company in CT will vary depending on the size of the lot, the purpose of the land preparation, and the density of trees, brush, rocks, and stumps that need to cleared. While you could do the work yourself, this price guide below looks at getting the land clearing done by a professional Land Clearing Company.
Most homeowners spend an average of $2,756 or between $1,222 and $4,296 to clear the land and prepare a construction site to build a house. However, due to a wide range of potential tasks, the cost can be as low as $400 and as high as $9,200. The average cost per square foot ranges between $1.28 and $2, so a half-acre lot of land (about 20,000 square feet) could cost as much as $40,000 to prepare.
Removing Trees From Your Property
Tree Removal on Lightly to Heavily Wooded Lot
Removing trees from your property is often necessary for the land clearing process. For a single tree, expect to pay an average of $650. However, that cost may vary based on the size of the tree, along with its condition, location, and diameter.
Removing fallen trees tends to cost between $75 and $150. Read our Tree Removal Cost Guide for more info.If more than one tree stands on the property to be cleared, the costs will vary based on how heavily the land is wooded. Expect to pay between $500 and $2,000 per acre for lightly wooded lots, and between $3,000 and $6,000 per acre for heavily forested land.
Source: Home Advisor