Florida is a fire-dependent ecosystem. Before the development of the state, wildfires would run across the land quite often, burning the underbrush and small trees. These fires would "open up" the land for new growth and help with wildlife migration. When these fires occurred, which was often the case, they would not burn "hot enough" to damage large trees. Now that we have developed this state and are doing everything we can to prevent wildfires, there is often a large amount of underbrush and small trees growing where there wasn't before. And when this land burns, it usually burns very hot, destroying the large mature trees in the process.
Mulching the land with our mulchers removes the underbrush that fuels the "hot" fires that destroy your trees. We can easily run our mulchers through your property and knock down this "fuel," protecting your valuable tree canopy in case of a wildfire.