One of the main arguments against pipeline construction is that it “destroys the environment”. But…
Here in the south, it’s very easy for wet areas around a pipeline to become overgrown with heavy brush or trees. In some situations, the pipeline can no longer be accessed because the surrounding area has become so wild and dense–the right-of-way is blocked.
When overgrowth of brush, trees, and other natural elements makes accessing your personal property or pipeline right-of-way a dangerous task, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Not being able to bring the boat out to your old duck blind because of overgrowth just might push you over the edge. As hunters ourselves, we know how important it is that you safely access your blind. But what do you do when the right-of-way is blocked?
Utilities service and oil and gas pipeline companies rely on our mini marsh excavators to navigate the wet, marshy, hard-to-access areas that we’re all too familiar with. We are equipped with a variety of attachments including bush hogs, tree saws, and drum cutters that will clear your pipeline with ease.
From the most irritating cane and bullwhip to the biggest oak trees, Stan’s has overcome countless natural obstacles in the wetlands and marshes with our amphibious bull hog and tree grubbers.
Whether you need pipeline reclamation or clearing, disaster recovery, grubbing, bush hogging, airboat transportation, or mash excavation, we know just how to service your needs. If you’re experiencing any of the aforementioned problems, don’t worry–Stan’s can help! Give us a call today, and we’ll help reclaim your valuable property that’s been consumed by nature.