This has been an unusual year in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Many residents have experienced numerous changes in their daily lives and schedules. One of the things that has not changed, however, is the steady improvement of property values in western North Carolina. For the last several decades, property has been at a premium in our area. Many people think of this as one of the most beautiful places to live in the south, but that is not all that is creating demand for housing and property. People are moving here for the culture, to start new businesses, and take on challenging and rewarding careers. Even with the ever-present construction, it still seems like our area cannot keep up with the needs for new residences.

It is not just the big cities. The small satellite towns around Hendersonville are growing as well. This is, in many ways, good news for property owners, at least as it pertains to property values. It seems like it would be almost impossible to do something that would hurt your property value significantly in the Henderson area; however, there are things homeowners do frequently that do indeed drive the value of their property down.



A long and difficult year is drawing to a close. We have reached the holiday season and Hendersonville area residents are excited to spend time with the people who matter most. While gatherings will likely be different than your typical holiday traditions, some return to normalcy is helpful. 

After a brilliant autumn array of color, you may feel like every leaf fell into your yard. Even that part of the year is quickly fading, and Hendersonville residents are doing the last of their raking. You may have already mowed for the last time until spring as well. Is landscaping over until after Valentine’s Day or St. Patrick’s Day? Not necessarily. There are a number of projects to take on specifically during the dark winter months.



For property owners, whether residential, agricultural, commercial, or municipal, a critical step in many projects is land grading. If you need to complete this job before you can tackle the next phases of your project, it is worth taking some time to learn about ethical and environmental land grading. What is it - and why is it important to consider as you plan for the future of your property?



Owning land in beautiful western North Carolina is a dream come true for many people. Not only is this a stunning area with sweeping vistas and thriving nearby cities -- like Asheville, Hendersonville, Greenville, and Spartanburg -- but it is also an excellent investment. Land here is increasingly valuable - and it can become even more so if you undertake land clearing projects. Ethical, environmentally-sound clearing helps you utilize your land in the most effective way possible while significantly improving your landscape. But what do you do with the wood that is left behind? 



When should you start land grading projects? No time like the present! Spring and summer offer optimal conditions - and time afterward to build, plant, seed, sow, and utilize your property to its optimal potential. Land grading offers a number of benefits, and we are here to help you realize each of them in order to accomplish your specific goals.