New England is covered with miles of stone walls. Most of them were built prior to 1900 and reflect the agricultural heritage of the region. Dig up an old wall and you are likely to find that the original wall was much more substantial than what remains visible today. Open fields containing livestock and crops once stood where brush and tall trees now stand.
We can help you reclaim some of that tidy open space. Brush and trees are removed or trimmed. Walls are rebuilt or tidied up. Open space is graded, tilled and seeded to provide a maintainable space that works for you.
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