we remove your invasive & unwanted bamboo

We specialize in bamboo removal

running bamboo removal

Running bamboo on other hand is what name implies – this plant’s rhizomes (roots) do not grow slowly over time, nor do these rhizomes stay put or remain contained within a specific or tight area, but rather and instead rapidly travel outwards 20 ft or more per growing season. Some measured bamboo rhizomes have been known to grow 300 feet long horizontally (1 root), makes this plant invasive, hence physically it must be removed.

Clumping bamboo removal

Clumping bamboo basically stays put grows where it was last planted the roots to this plant spread very slowly outward repeatedly over time, vertically it send up canes/shoots that remained growing within a tightly confined area or space – hence the name “clumping bamboo”

Spreading Bamboo removal

We offer professional bamboo removal services in residential and commercial locations across the North eastern United States. With our professional invasive bamboo removal, homeowners and businesses can prevent severe damage to driveways, pools, tennis courts, massive trees, and even building facades. If you avoid getting rid of bamboo, this invasive species of plant knows no boundaries and result in catastrophic destruction of your property and incur massive repair costs.

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WE ARE THE NORTHEAST’S PREMIERE BAMBOO REMOVAL AND BAMBOO CONTAINMENT SERVICE. WE COMPLETELY REMOVE AND CONTAIN YOUR BAMBOO, 100% ORGANICALLY, TO ENSURE THAT IT WILL NOT GROW BACK AND CAUSE YOU MORE PROBLEMS. 

IF YOU HAVE BAMBOO ON YOUR PROPERTY, YOU CAN’T AFFORD NOT TO CALL US!

we identify

Don't know what kind of bamboo is affecting your property? We will let you know once a visitation is scheduled.

we remove

We only use organic methods to remove all your unwanted bamboo, there are no harmful chemicals used in the process.

we maintain

We can do regularly scheduled visitations so we follow up with you, to ensure no unwanted bamboo will grow again.

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