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|Contractors|Dade City, FL 33523

16530 Jessamine Rd, Dade City, FL 33523

(352) 588-3107

https://www.nathemasterlogger.com/

Open now:9:00 am - 6:00 pm

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We specialize in all forms of land clearing including lot clearing, underbrush removal, survey clearing, conservation clearing, bush-hogging, earthwork, environmental mulching, demolition work and invasive growth management. We are fully licensed and insured. Our services include land clearing, timber harvest, heavy chopping, chipping and logging. To get the job done, we also have logging equipment such as sawmill, chipper, track hoe, front-end loaders and roller chopper. Call us today!

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Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

12/09/2019, 01:38 AM
Did you know that reforesting an area with non-native trees is a bad idea? While these trees may grow, the forest may not flourish as the native flora and fauna that would otherwise thrive in the area may be driven away.
Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

12/05/2019, 01:44 AM
Did you know that there are two main types of trees? Hardwoods like oak, teak, ash and mahogany are slower-growing but produce stronger, more attractive wood. Softwoods like cedar, Douglas fir and spruce on the other hand, grow faster but produce wood that is lighter and softer.
Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

12/02/2019, 03:19 AM
One of the best types of firewood is birch, which, like ash, can be burned without being seasoned. Birch burns relatively fast, but as trade-off yields a tremendously warm heat. Mixing birch with elm or oak is a good idea as it provides a longer lasting fire.
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Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

11/25/2019, 08:27 AM
One of the most expensive woods available is African Ebony. Known for its hardness and exquisite black color, this wood is prized and can cost as much as $100 per board foot. This is compared to regular lumber which costs as low as $3 per board foot.
Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

11/21/2019, 01:05 AM
After trees have been felled, they will need to be dragged out of the cutting site so they can be placed onto trucks. However, this can be a challenge because the terrain is usually very difficult. As such, loggers make use of all-terrain skidders to get the job done.
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2 years ago

11/18/2019, 02:21 AM
Red cedar is a popular wood that is known for being soft and for having beautiful grain patterns. It's used most often in furniture as well as panels for doors.
Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

11/14/2019, 13:53 PM
Loggers usually wake up before dawn to enter the forest, where they may skid fallen trees, perform routine maintenance on their machinery and vehicles, or lay out strips for the cutters.
Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

11/11/2019, 02:12 AM
Q: What is timber? Is it the same as wood? A: Timber refers to the raw material used in the construction of buildings and other items. It usually refers to what humans use wood for, while wood is a more general term.
Anonymous on Facebook

2 years ago

11/07/2019, 02:37 AM
In the South, 51 percent of the timber land is less than 40 years old. In contrast, 56 percent of the timber land in the northern states is 60 years old, while in the West, 69 percent is 60 years old.
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