Clearing trees around a house

14-Sen, 2019
695 193 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a Bobcat 864 CTL to remove some trees growing near a house for a landscaping project.

  • what the ISSUE?

    thomas brunnthomas brunn3 kun oldin
  • Andrew its garter snake . My niece is a marine biologist and gets mad when i say garder snake

    Thomas DobrenickThomas Dobrenick15 kun oldin
  • I. Wish I lived there I wood help you for free.

    Patty BlairPatty Blair23 kun oldin
  • Tim from Canada you were saying you were having a hard time moving the brakes in the fieldstone because they were not on pallets but the pallets were there why wouldn’t you put the pallets on the ground and pick up what she could and put them on the pallets would’ve been a smart way to do things Tim from Canada you were saying you were having a hard time moving the brakes in the fieldstone because they were not on pallets but the pallets were there why wouldn’t you put the pallets on the ground and pick up what she could and put them on the pallets would’ve been a smart way to do things

    TIm NashTIm Nash25 kun oldin
  • Awww that cute little snake I want one as a pet! I don't know if they make good pets though.

    acidtreat101acidtreat10127 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck28 kun oldin
  • Thumbs up to the snake handler! Good job.

    fred williamsfred williams28 kun oldin
  • You need to YELL TIMBERRRRRRR!!!

    Juan Carlos MunozJuan Carlos MunozOy oldin
  • It truly is enjoyable watching a pro at work.

    gary meyersgary meyersOy oldin
  • Andrew, you're just amazing at what u do, keep them coming guy and thanks for sharing once again.

    Mitala AlekaMitala AlekaOy oldin
  • Really nice job.

    R & SR & SOy oldin
  • I really enjoy watching your videos.. HOWEVER...,, THE massive amount of ads that you’ve been inserting in them makes me want to watch videos elsewhere. I don’t see no need for a AD every 2-4 minutes of video. I’m sure a lot of other viewers feel the same.

    TNT27767TNT27767Oy oldin
  • idiot

    Rafaello BonitoRafaello BonitoOy oldin
  • i know I watched this one year ago, but I still like to get me some Andrew, Levi and Cody videos watching in. Also, I was not a good at giving his videos Likes, so I get to go back and Like them. I, too, was glad when he moved that round picnic table.

    Rick BuecheRick BuecheOy oldin
  • 19:12 the rare sport of skid steer jousting being performed by Andrew

    evilborgevilborgOy oldin
  • I’m 6-4 280 pounds and will run like the devil to get away from a snake...I HATE SNAKES

    Nicholas DellaMorteNicholas DellaMorteOy oldin
  • To your comment on the yellow jackets they could be a mud wasp because most yellow jackets have a nest in the tree but there are some wasps that make their nest in the mud Google it find out for your own information Rachel TIM from Canada just thought I’d help you out with some information

    TIm NashTIm NashOy oldin
  • Is this your house?

    mrmr2 oy oldin
  • 24:20 right there oh man

    Alexis ggAlexis gg2 oy oldin
  • Andrew, tell your customer to get rid or move all that old junk beforehand, so you can work efficiently.

    Tim GarnerTim Garner2 oy oldin
  • 14:00 - Teleportation skill +1

    Aivo PaasAivo Paas2 oy oldin
  • In case ppl didn't know, these snakes are called: *"Garter" snakes* not gardener snakes. ;)

    Dan KoningDan Koning2 oy oldin
  • Just love Levi

    James KotschJames Kotsch3 oy oldin
  • would you make a video on how to figure bids

    James KotschJames Kotsch3 oy oldin
  • First time I've seen your Bobcat. It dies a good job. I like that front bucket grabber. Nice. What part of the country are you in? Looks like the north like Maine or New York State. Maybe even my home State of Michigan. I'm a retired American and I live in the Philippines. I sure miss the climate there. Thanks or sharing.

    The SentinelThe Sentinel3 oy oldin
  • How much you charge for a job like this?

    R JR J3 oy oldin
  • Do you ever run across bad snakes?

    Kevin SchirmerKevin Schirmer3 oy oldin
  • must be brave to grab a snake like that

    visesh seernamvisesh seernam3 oy oldin
  • Aww, what a good little snake! And watching that tree come out as you pried up the roots was enormously satisfying.

    Dan BrownDan Brown3 oy oldin
  • I've removed a couple of small trees and the stumps from my aunts backyard and I have to say that I would have given my 1st born to have had a skid steer to remove the stumps instead of digging

    temperedprobetemperedprobe3 oy oldin
  • Goes to show you a bobcat can do just about anything with the right operator at the controls.

    Chip SpencerChip Spencer4 oy oldin
  • I can’t wait to for you to get rid of the bobcats and get another larger one like the good one!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers4 oy oldin
  • Andrew I always enjoy your videos brother, I like how you explain everything! You always work so hard brother, you take care out there! I’m always waiting for your next video! Stay safe my friend! 👌🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers4 oy oldin
  • As much tree work as he does he needs a chipper

    Tom SkaggsTom Skaggs4 oy oldin
  • Andrews going to annoy the Ents one of these days

    jeffrey masurierjeffrey masurier4 oy oldin
  • Nice piece of property.

    eltsen nestleeltsen nestle4 oy oldin
  • I got a bit sad for the trees

    Microwaved SodaMicrowaved Soda5 oy oldin
  • Needs a portable tub grinder for scrap wood mulch sells easy

    Steve IngrahamSteve Ingraham5 oy oldin
  • He can probably pick up a toothpick that with that Bobcat

    jimmyjo3jimmyjo35 oy oldin
  • Hit that moss with vinegar one time and its gone.

  • Andrew I think you work too cheap. The two loads of Gravel was $640.00. You charged the Customer $1200.00. $15 to $1600 would have been more like it

    Tom FletcherTom Fletcher6 oy oldin
  • Wonder if the grasper comes with wider claw openings?

    bohhica1bohhica16 oy oldin
  • i think youre a cool dude only gripe as im a tree surgeon you don't wear protective gear and don't like the way you take trees down with a digger

    Ulleam Mac-an-toisichUlleam Mac-an-toisich6 oy oldin
  • I will like to see more videos

    Edgardo RodriquezEdgardo Rodriquez7 oy oldin
  • What drone do you have, Andrew?

    Delta DavidDelta David7 oy oldin
  • Poor trees....

    prabhakar kewaleprabhakar kewale7 oy oldin
  • was this cusser an artist ?

    Steven HalfordSteven Halford7 oy oldin
  • As soon as you said Bees I thought "Too cold" WASP in that mound ! And bigger that life ! I'm allergic so I'm real careful. Bust out your torch on those wasp !

    Steven HalfordSteven Halford7 oy oldin
  • That tree by the shed wanted to "Barber Chair" so bad !

    Steven HalfordSteven Halford7 oy oldin
  • Man you need that clamper to open a bit more.

    John BrowningJohn Browning7 oy oldin
  • That jaw looks like it needs to open up several more inches,= fewer opinion.Great videos.👍👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

    bohhica1bohhica17 oy oldin
  • Landscaping that place would be like trying to polish a turd.

    jerome clementsjerome clements8 oy oldin
  • The Garter Snake, he eats bad things so we don’t have too! 😂😂🤣🤣👌👌✌️✌️

    john donohoejohn donohoe8 oy oldin
  • Skid steer with close cabin man that is the answer with AC and safe inside no wasp give you hard time !

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • T I hope we can start an ongoing discussion. I'm a former hands-on, retired 73yr old GC. NOW I know you never do anything w your body that a machine can do for you. Because the wear and tear on the body is basically irreparable. I see AC doing things he needn't do. It's great TO JUST DO IT. He and I..many of you..share similar traits. But ALL his equipment is ironic. They're all calling out to do the work for him. I needed.. to timely LEVERAGE his brain, not his body. I'm hoping he comes to this realization in the next few years. It also will show up in his bank account too. Have a pt mechanic come hoc..and do the repair work at .4X while AC is booking billable hours at X+ per hour. It's satisfying and therapeutic work he does..yes fulfilled me too. But there's a pint of inflection where it all comes back to bite him..per hour. The realization of all this..because AC is so smart..will soon occur to him. And then we're all going to watch his channel in some 5G..etc etc..terrific way. AC will always be the amazing AC. I just want to see him do it in one piece..w o pain..not w disabilities of any type etc. So many of us watching him, who have had success in some manner..know this. We are impaired..and wiser. We wish him the latter sooner and the former never. And I'll say it again..I hope he's got an engineer or tech advisory him input on some of his steel and concrete work. I want him not reworking things later due to lack of forethought. And finally...AC FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK (or greater) some day. 'Eh?!?

    Philip GilmorePhilip Gilmore8 oy oldin
  • Cut ur trees closer to the ground buddy

    Stephen SmithStephen Smith8 oy oldin
  • A lot of root cause analysis in this one...

    Michael S. NielsenMichael S. Nielsen8 oy oldin
  • Nice garter snake! I find a lot of snakes when digging and always relocate them to a safe place...

    Shawn VillalpandoShawn Villalpando9 oy oldin
  • You got right to the root of the problem in this show

    Henry GHenry G9 oy oldin
  • This is a good snake it eats a lot of bad things 😊👍

    Richard SamiaRichard Samia9 oy oldin
  • Kk

    Len LatorreLen Latorre9 oy oldin
  • Stops the job for a minute to save a garter snake. That is proof that Andrew Camarata is a real man!

    Thor SwensonThor Swenson9 oy oldin
  • Those underground hornets are wicked! I had a nest of them in my yard and I wanted to make sure I killed all of them. I waited until dark when I knew they would all be in their nest. I got a new can of charcoal starter and popped off the cap so it would pour quick. I poured it in and lit it. No more hornets.

    Jim RonchettoJim Ronchetto9 oy oldin
  • Тут написано про якийсь будинок а де він тут. Одні якісь шанхаї і курятники. У нас худоба живе в ліпших хаусах ніж оці газди.

    Крис ЖоликКрис Жолик10 oy oldin
  • I don’t think I would have the patience like he does 😂

    John WoottonJohn Wootton10 oy oldin
  • When my brother and I were little kids we ran across the top of one of those underground bee's nests. Our Mother was combing them out of our hair for hours. We got stung all over. My Brother Joe's face swelled up so bad his eyes closed shut. I just went back outside to play. To this day bee or wasp's stings don't bother me.

    A Russian AssetA Russian Asset10 oy oldin
  • Killing a tree and don t cover the body! You are a monster!

    Duck SmileDuck Smile10 oy oldin
  • Andrew. Love your site,. Can u tell me what cameras u use and what drone u have,. I want to start filming some of my jobs and dont want. To. Buy. Wrong equipment,i look. For ward to. Your ci nfo,. Peace

    Tim LehnenTim Lehnen11 oy oldin
  • your videos make me feel sorry for trees. that tree at 9:00 was tough!

    Michael LanceMichael Lance11 oy oldin
  • how about relocation of trees? you just cut and cut those trees. you know how many years before it grows?

    Rey DebloisRey Deblois11 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata A suggestion only, Andrew. I just watched this again, and I want to offer a suggestion re that tree at the corner. Keep your back cut flat, and only and inch or so above your notch. Just keep cutting through. Getting in the open front skid steer makes you vulnerable if that tree barbershops back.

      GoogleguyGoogleguy7 oy oldin
    • There is no reason, those trees grow so fast.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata11 oy oldin
  • Come

    Jake WalterJake Walter11 oy oldin
  • Yellow Jackets are some mean ass things, a balloon covered in black sticky will kill em all.

    jagsfanrickjagsfanrick11 oy oldin
  • Your next attachment should be a forestry multcher.

    Bryan KerrBryan Kerr11 oy oldin
  • Andrew when your saw gets pinched use wedges if the trees are not small enough to push over

    Kevin FelicianoKevin Feliciano11 oy oldin
  • amazing you don't have, yet , wood chipper

    SAVATirSAVATir11 oy oldin
  • If I saw a snake in my garden, I would be the first human on Mars.

    ChateauFighterChateauFighter11 oy oldin
  • How many followers are needed to achieve cult status...asking for a friend?

    Raven LunaticRaven LunaticYil oldin
  • Andrew, that tree at 08:40 fought you like a Chinaberry I had removed 2 years ago.....We still have roots underground all over the front yard, and new sproughts keep coming up. Had some Palms that did the same thing...

    Henry ThompsonHenry ThompsonYil oldin
  • What was the high pitched whine in the video? Hydraulic pump?

    Viking HeartViking HeartYil oldin
  • Getting stung by those yellow jackets would have bothered me a lot more than they seemed to bother Andrew!

    craig hortoncraig hortonYil oldin
  • Hi andrew brilliant to watch what and how you do things but please when you are using a chainsaw nice to see a chainsaw helmet but were are your chainsaw pants one slip and off work for some time be safe and keep those films coming by Richard UK

    Ann EdwardsAnn EdwardsYil oldin
  • man I am really enjoying your videos Thank You for making them

    SzelachowskiTomekSzelachowskiTomekYil oldin
  • What do those craxy people do with all that stone..i would've really like to have seen more of those charming buildings

    007 More007 MoreYil oldin
  • How did yer hands smell after handling that Garter snake...

    Aaron BruceAaron BruceYil oldin
  • Removing a tree stump

    Daniel RodgersDaniel RodgersYil oldin
  • Good Job!!Tight!Cheers!! :-)!!

    My Synth DungeonMy Synth DungeonYil oldin
  • Andrew The Bees you got into are not Wasps, they are worse, they are yellow jackets. Theis sting pains, & burns, for days, sometimes for weeks.

    Kevin GruhlKevin GruhlYil oldin
  • Когда ты купишь измельчитель деревьев? Столько у тебя техники а этого нет.

    джони 0506 F-joniджони 0506 F-joniYil oldin
  • First video where I found myself skipping forward a little - around then ten minute mark. (12:00-13:00)

    3ICE3ICEYil oldin
  • Watch Shawn Woods decimate yellow jackets with a pan of water, a piece of wood, dish soap and some chicken. He killed thousands in one shot. The guy is awesome. He’s known for killing rodents but he also kills stinging bugs.

    dirtyshirtinfodirtyshirtinfoYil oldin
  • Loved how the clients marked all the trees, but then never bothered or thought to move all their property from around where the trees were that they wanted to have taken down. God bless Andrew! Once again he did an awesome job!

    dloglesby57dloglesby57Yil oldin
  • This is 'part 2' from the scrap metal haul few weeks ago..? I remember the covering in the back. Skid steer are a universal knife and you're the flagship running it.

    junkmanjunkmanYil oldin

    Random ShizRandom ShizYil oldin
  • That grappler is so great. Especially when the soil needs to be "combed".

    Richard HolbeckRichard HolbeckYil oldin
  • I've only encountered underground hornets. When it gets colder out or at night fill the hole with 2 cycle mix fuel and toss in a match. Quickest and surest way to get rid of them.

    Boris FettBoris FettYil oldin
  • Good Snek!

    Travis YoungTravis YoungYil oldin
  • that first one was a red wood fairy ring. The things will be back soon enough because the roots aren't gone

    Dwele Okong'oDwele Okong'oYil oldin
  • Knarly root system on those two trees. Underground wasps...napalm. works very well!!

    Rayson RacetteRayson RacetteYil oldin
  • Your going to have to get yourself a bee suit.

    conundrum conundrumconundrum conundrumYil oldin
  • Man oh man I can smell the roots and the dirt

    cking_closurecking_closureYil oldin