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Land Clearing

The location of your custom garage or pole barn in Marion County has a significant impact on convenience and usability.

But sometimes, that perfect spot is hidden behind overgrown trees and vegetation, making it difficult to get started on your build. Burning and other land clearing methods can help prepare your build site. It’s important to keep Florida’s state regulations for proper land clearing methods in mind, particularly when it involves certified and noncertified burning.

Need help deciding on a location or clearing a building site? Not a problem!

We offer complete land clearing services in Ocala, Belleview and Dunnellon that will leave you with a clean and clear plot ready for your build. Our Marion County Land Clearing team has cleared countless build sites, fully prepping them for an easy start on construction.

NOTE* If you already have your site prepped, your new build can be completed in just 2-3 days.

3 ways we clear land and 2 ways we don't:


  1. Mechanical Clearing: This method is very common here in Marion County and uses heavy equipment like bulldozers, excavators, and backhoes to remove vegetation and level the land. It is typically used for larger areas or when speed and efficiency are important.
  2. Grubbing: Grubbing involves removing the roots of trees and shrubs along with the above-ground portions. This method is used for areas with deep-rooted vegetation, such as hardwood forests.
  3. Manual Clearing: This method involves physically cutting and removing vegetation by hand, using chainsaws, axes, or machetes. It is typically used for small areas or for selective clearing.


  1. Chemical Clearing: Chemicals like herbicides can be used to kill unwanted vegetation before it is removed. This method is often used in conjunction with other techniques, however we choose to not utilize this method to clear land in Dunnellon, Ocala and Belleview or elsewhere.
  2. Controlled Burning: Controlled burning involves setting fire to the area to be cleared, under carefully controlled conditions, to remove vegetation and prepare the land for use. This method is used in areas with heavy brush and vegetation.

Overall, it's important to note that the chosen method of clearing land should always be evaluated to minimize any potential negative environmental impacts and comply with local regulations and permits.

For over 13 years, we’ve been helping clients create the extra space they need all across Dunnellon, Ocala and Belleview and Marion County.

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