Posted on: 5 December 2018
If you have moved to a lake property that has a lot of large boulders and rocks at the front of the property and along the water line, and you are desperately want them removed, there are some things to take into consideration. If you don't want to pay a company to come do all of the rock lifting work for you, then you will need to rent some machinery to get it done on your own. Look into the following options to figure out where to go or what to do with the boulders.
Small Crane Rental
The first thing you need to figure out is how you are going to lift the boulders. With a small crane, you will be able to easily life and maneuver the boulders around the property or where they need to go. Make sure that you get estimates on rental options, and that the rental facility will drop off and pick up the machine.
You also want to make sure that you aren't trying to do this on wet ground or dirt that may give way. Be sure that the soil is in good enough condition to drive on it with a crane and to pull boulders from the water shoreline.
A dump truck is an easy way to haul the boulders away from the property. If you don't have a commercial dump truck that can support the weight of boulders, rent one. While you are driving the boulders away, make sure that you are driving in areas that can withstand that type of weight, and that you aren't going over bridges or areas that have weight restrictions. Plan this out in advance.
There may people or businesses in the area that want the large rocks or boulders to decorate their own homes. If this is the case, you can arrange for them to have them picked up on the day that you remove them from the property with the crane. This could save you the cost of needing a rental dump truck, or the cost of disposing of them.
If you have large boulders that are an eye sore on your property and you don't want to use them as landscaping on the property, there are some different options that you have to get rid of them. Rent the necessary equipment and get started with the removal process.
Speak with a local crane rental service for more information.Share