Our fencing construction and installation services cover both residential fencing and commercial fencing. We offer a variety of types of fencing such as Chain link fencing, which can be galvanized metal chain link or vinyl-covered chain link, welded steel fences, aluminum fences, wood fences, vinyl fences, pool fences, and custom fencing combinations. These styles come with an array of add-ons that can be essential for your needs, such as standard or custom gates that can come with or without motors.
Land clearing for residential or commercial use including retention pond land clearing or hiking trails. Our land clearing services include bush hogging, tree cutting, tree trimming, tree removal, stump grinding, stump removal, and total land clearing. We have heavy duty, professional equipment to get the job done right the first time. We are also licensed and insured and make safety our number one concern. Call us for a FREE on-site estimate. No job too big or too small.
Nothing clears the mind like stepping outside for some fresh air, conversations underneath the stars or having coffee while watching the sun come up. Decks allow us to enjoy these moments that refresh our mind and spirits. We’re proud to have been creating moments like these for our customers in Ocala and the surrounding area of west central Florida for over 30 years. At Russell's Fencing and land clearing, we want to help you build your ideal outdoor living space! We also build Steps, Railings, Pergolas and Pole Barns, view our photo gallery.
Hurricane Preparedness for Your Trees
Hurricane season is heating up — and with hurricanes sometimes comes property damage. Not all damage occurring during a storm is a result of high winds alone. Property damage can also be a result of falling trees and flying landscape debris. The key to minimizing your risk against property damage is storm preparedness. There is no such thing as a hurricane-resistant landscape but with proper care and tree trimming (thinning of branches) overseen by a certified arborist, trees can be more resistant to storm damage and less likely to be uprooted. Only a certified arborist can ensure that your trees will be trimmed properly to maintain their health and optimal growing conditions.
After the Hurricane Has Passed
Assess your property for damage and threats. An arborist should be contacted if you: need a chainsaw or ladder to prune away dead, dying or loose branches, if power lines are down, if you are unsure of the structural stability of a tree, or if you do not know if your tree can be saved. In some cases, even a tree that has sustained some damage (defoliated, broken, or blown over) can be treated. Trees have a much better chance at surviving a storm if they have received proper care. Remember, healthy trees adjust quickly to changes in the environment and may be more resilient to future storm damage. Therefore, if you are proactive and take the necessary steps to minimize storm damage before it occurs, you can reduce the risk of property damage and save yourself a great hassle and expense.