Do you work in construction? If so, there’s a good chance that your site needs clearing and, the team at Grundy & Co Excavations have extensive knowledge and experience in this area.
A site clearance (also known as a land clearance) is the process of removing accumulated waste from an area to ensure that it is free from hazards, obstacles and/or unsightly mess. A site clearance in construction is often required before you start building, or when a site has been demolished and left a lot of debris and other material behind.
Although you could attempt to clear the site yourself, it could prove costly and complicated without the right experience and equipment. And it could also lead to delays in starting the construction work.
How can we help?
Here at Grundy & Co, we have been offering professional site clearance services to clients in and around Cheshire and Merseyside for the past 40 years.
Since humble beginnings, we have invested in our fleet and equipment to enable us to deal with almost any site clearance in construction. So, whether it be waste, old foundations, tree stumps or hardcore material, no task is too big or too small for our team. And we have the necessary experience, skill and resources to deliver a high-quality, efficient service for site owners and managers.
In addition to this, we are registered with the Environment Agency as a waste carrier and a licensed waste recycler. This means that, once your site has been cleared, we will take away the debris and other materials and make sure that they are recycled/reused wherever possible. In doing so, it allows us to keep our costs down without harming the environment.
More importantly, you can relax knowing that all legal procedures are followed closely, and we’ll never fly-tip the waste from your site clearance.
Get in touch
Want to know more about our site clearances? Feel free to contact our team today. We are always on hand and would love to hear from you.
Alternatively, if you’ve got a question or would like to discuss your requirements in detail, then please don’t hesitate to call us on 0151 257 8816 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll be in touch shortly.