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Bamboo Removal Projects

Ardmore, PA
East Fallowfield, PA
Exton, PA
Gladwyne, PA
Hatboro, PA
Media, PA
Radley Run, PA
Radnor, PA
Radnor, PA
Wilmington, DE
Wayne, PA
Wynnewood, PA
Yardley, PA

This customer had a pleioblastus species of bamboo that had taken over their yard. Pleioblastus is a small family of bamboo that only grow 1’-3’ tall. Although smaller than the large Phyllostachys species, Pleioblasts can be just as aggressive. It is also more complicated top remove, given the much finer rhizomes less predictable nature.

This was an extremely dense stand of Phyllostachys aureosulcata. The root system spread well into the yard. We previously removed black bamboo for this customer and contained the extremely rare Bamusoides that they decided to keep.

We were called by this customer after he cut down the bamboo and realized it was time to call in the experts to remove the root system. He made the right call and we were happy to help.

This project involved two properties and an extremely old stand of bamboo. Speaking with another neighbor this stand is at least 50 if not 60 years old. We were able to put some cool curves in the barrier and work with the changes in the slope of the yards. These clients also opt for annual maintenance of their bamboo.

Sometimes pictures don’t do the project justice. This bamboo was over 30 years old and the majority was only a steep slope. Site conditions like this can make things sketchy at times. It requires excellent operator skills and a fully focused crew to keep things safe.

This is another client that we were recommended to by their arborist. Access was a challenge and we had to use the neighbor’s driveway and remove a section of fence. We had both of our excavators on this project to to tight access behind the playhouse. Toughest part of this project was removing the large stump that blocked our only path in and out.

This is another client that we were recommended to by their arborist. Access was a challenge and we had to use the neighbor’s driveway and remove a section of fence. We had both of our excavators on this project to to tight access behind the playhouse. Toughest part of this project was removing the large stump that blocked our only path in and out.

This project was driven by a neighbor’s complaint. Initially the customer wanted to simply contain the bamboo but in the end opted for complete removal. …Look we found a tree.

When we were initially contacted by the HOA, they did not think the neighbors would cooperate. We were able to speak with the neighbor and an absentee landlord to make this one happen. The rental property was the only way for us to get our trucks and equipment into the area. This enabled us to remove the bamboo from all three properties.

Our projects vary greatly in size. This was a fairly small area but looks can be deceiving. The root system was extremely dense and required a lot of disposal for the size of the area.

During the initial call the customer made this project sound impossible. While not impossible, it was extremely complicated. This was a good sized project and site conditions left virtually no margin for error. One of only a few projects that we had to call in Flagger Force so we could work part of the area from the road.

Bamboo Containment Projects

Spring City, PA
Yardley, PA
Willistown, PA
Downingtown, PA
Gladwyne, PA
Devon, PA

Our client planted this bamboo fro two reasons. Erosion control along the steep stream bank and privacy from the pesky fishermen. For years this client root pruned the bamboo to keep help slow the spread. Getting older and tired of the work, he decided it was time to have it professionally contained. We cut back and thinned sections of the bamboo as well.

We were contacted by this client after his neighbor complained about the bamboo. We provided a quote to install a root barrier just outside his fence. We were tossed a major curve ball when the neighbor insisted that the barrier was installed inside our client’s fence. Changes like this can easily turn a one day project into two. We are happy to accommodate changes like this as long as our client’s understand the additional cost. In the end this one turned out awesome.

Our client decided it was time to contain the bamboo as they noticed the root system quickly approaching their garden and some fruit trees. We cut the bamboo back to make the line more linear and expose a spotlight the bamboo had consumed.

This project was for a client that wanted no parts of the bamboo and was concerned his neighbor’s would not do their part. He chose to have us install the barrier on all three sides of his back yard. Note the elevation changes we had to work with given the raised area behind the pool.