Driven by state and local mandates such as green waste diversion rules and no-burn regulations, private contractors and government entities from coast to coast are joining the growing ranks of those who chip, grind, compost, and otherwise process green waste. Some do it for profit, some do it as a public service, but one thing they all have in common is the need for special equipment to tackle this demanding job.
Even if you are a born entrepreneur, starting a new tree care service company can be a risky and challenging — even for individuals with considerable experience in tree care.
Whether you’re expanding your services, upgrading your fleet, or launching your own tree care company, a brush chipper is one of the most important investments you’ll ever make. Careful consideration before buying will help you choose the best chipper for your needs, saving you time, money – and headaches – over the long haul.
For companies that are looking to take care of their customers’ stump removal requirements more efficiently and cost-effectively, or expand their service offerings, the most important consideration is equipment.