A common complaint we hear about land clearing contractors is that they don't listen to the customer. It's your property and you know what you want done. But the contractor doesn't seem to be listening. Or, the contractor seems to be listening, but after the site is cleared you sadly discover that they did what they wanted.
This is especially true with selective clearing - where you have certain trees or shrubs that you want kept and not removed. Unfortunately you don't find out until the project is done and you are shocked to see that the contractor removed the trees and shrubs you had planned on keeping. Mature trees aren't easy to replace.
If you want a land clearing contractor who will listen and work with you, choose Champion for your project. We will take the time to listen, discuss and clear your land in the way you want it done.
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Issue #2 - Contractor Doesn't Show Up
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The next most common complaint we hear about land clearing contractors is that they don't show up when scheduled. Nope, no contractor... no phone call. Just you, left waiting.
Your schedule is important. Maybe you re-arranged your schedule to be there, maybe you have the next phase of work already scheduled based on when the contractor told you the work would be done.
Now you're left frustrated, annoyed and trying to catch up with them and find out what's going on.
Save yourself the frustration and work with Champion for your project. We will perform the work on the date we give you. We know how to schedule our work. And if something does come up (maybe a storm?), we'll make sure to call and keep you informed.
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Issue #1 - Contractor Doesn't Clean Up
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The most common complaint we hear about land clearing contractors is that they don't properly clean up the site. It's sad how many times we hear from people who have to hire another contractor to clean up after the land clearing contractor they hired is "finished".
If you hired them to remove what was cleared, it should be gone.
If your agreement was to leave some or all of the debris in a specific place, that's where it should be... not sitting on the spot where you planned to build.
Clearing your property and building is a big investment. It's unlikely your budget, or your schedule, includes hiring a second contractor to finish the clean up so you can move on with building.
Save yourself the time and expense by selecting Champion for your lot clearing project. We will make sure your land is properly cleared and cleaned before we say we're finished.