The most efficient, clean, cost effective and fast way to clear your land. No more hauling or loading debis, we come in and just mulch it all giving you a natural environmentally friendly landscape when complete that is mud free.
Commercial and residential excavating with better value and greater success. Weber Property Services, LLC has built its reputation in Central Pennsylvania, on successfully meeting the challenge of even the toughest site preparation and excavating projects.
About Weber Property Services
Forestry Mulching, Excavation, Land Clearing
Weber Property Services, LLC is a family-owned and operated company located in Cresson, PA. We provide forestry mulching, land clearing and excavation services to Altoona, Johnstown, Cresson and surrounding areas in Central Pennsylvania such as State College, Indiana, Bedford, Somerset and Pittsburgh. We are a contractor serving residential and commercial customers for more than five years. Our company has a strong focus on providing great customer service and satisfaction. Do you have an upcoming project? Contact Weber Property Services today at (814) 502-7773 to let us complete the project for you.
Here in Indiana, we were asked to come in and clear out a leased area that was used as a Christmas tree farm.
Here in Chambersburg, we were asked to clear out a lot of the unwanted greenery that grew up over the years around some commercial building lots.
Here in Lilly, we were asked to take down some trees and different shrubs to clear out a small area for the landowner. We installed a culvert drain to relieve some of the rainwater that would collect up and added a driveway and parking lot near the garage.
Here in Johnstown, the owner of a few storage units called us to clear/mulch some overground areas and excavate around the building to provide an access point to the rear of the buildings. Through the years, there was enough water run off to damage the foundation of the building and we needed to get in there to fix it.
Here in Duncansville PA, there were about 4 acres of land that were overgrown and needed to be cleared in order for it to be used.