Rock Removal in Westerville

His Workmanship offers landscape rock removal services. Our rates start at $120 per hour for 2 landscapers. It’s an extra fee per trailer load for haul away and rock disposal. Each trailer load can hold 2 cubic yards of rock. New customers can read Ephesians 2:1-10 to receive a $20 discount. Details are on the final step of the contact form.

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Did you recently decide you want to replace all the rock around your house with mulch instead? Does the thought of breaking your back removing landscape rock give you nightmares? Fear not! Sit back and relax while we do the heavy lifting for you. Our college landscapers know the most efficient way to remove rock. Watch the video below to learn about our rock removal process and to get an idea of the average cost for rock removal.

His Workmanship is a landscaping company in Westerville

We’ve got your landscaping project taken care of anywhere in Westerville. Check out the map below to view our service area in Westerville. We dump the yard waste at any of the Ohio Mulch locations in Franklin County or at Com-Til Compost which is east of Jackson Pike on the south side of Columbus.

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Select the services that best align with your needs and describe the details of your project to help us get a better idea of the scope of work. Feel free to upload pictures so your crew can visualize your specific needs.

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Our staff guarantees a reply to all emails within 24 hours. Once you get scheduled, you'll get a confirmation email with your workers names and a courtesy call from the crew leader a day before your project.

3. Relax while we speedily complete your project

Equipment in hand, your crew will arrive a few minutes early so they can collaborate with you about the work that needs to be done. Once they finish, you can pay the total bill directly to the crew leader. It's as simple as that!

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“Eric was quick to respond to my emails and got me on the schedule right away. I had a huge landscape project that ended up taking well over 100 hours of labor. Each of the crews showed up on time and worked very hard shoveling river rock. I would highly recommend His Workmanship” – Candy
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Michelle FryeMichelle Frye
16:00 15 Nov 21
The guys were great and arrived on time. Very hard workers and kind. Would definitely recommend this company!
Marianne KramerMarianne Kramer
22:25 13 Nov 21
Both individuals were professional and efficient. I appreciated their efforts.
Sharon JerniganSharon Jernigan
23:12 08 Sep 21
The young men who worked for me today are friendly , thoughtful, and very hard workers. They work quickly and work well as a team. I really like that they enjoy each other's company and have a good time while they work. An upbeat attitude really contributes to a great overall experience for me as well as the workers. I am very glad I discovered His Workmanship, and loved meeting these fine young men. I would highly recommend these guys for your project.
Arika DainesArika Daines
19:54 29 Jul 21
I was very impressed with how quickly and thoroughly our workers tackled weeding all of our flower beds. They also removed several bushes and a small tree easily within the allotted time. Both were very professional and punctual. I highly recommend!
Amanda LawsonAmanda Lawson
12:47 12 May 21
I had too many weeds and not enough help to get them all on my own. His Workmanship provided me with 2 young men who showed up to tackle the project. They both worked quickly and diligently. I was impressed by their knowledge and was surprised at how much they got accomplished in the time they had! Weed screening and mulch was placed down and some edging was done. My flower bed is ready to flourish now! I couldn’t be happier!!!!
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Ready to inquire about rock removal in Columbus?

If you need the rock hauled away, then it’ll cost more. If you are fine having the rock piled up on site or relocating it to another area, then it’ll cost less. A small amount of rock (less than 2 cubic yards) will cost around $580 to remove or $380 to relocate. A medium amount of rock (4 cubic yards) will cost around $900 to remove or $500 to relocate. A large amount of rock (6 cubic yards) will cost around $1,340 to remove or $620 to relocate. Note- 1 cubic yard is about 12 full wheelbarrows of rock.
Rocks make it much harder to plant in your gardens. Flowers have a hard time surviving with all the heat that radiates off the rock. River rocks can damage lawn mower blades if they spill over onto the grass. If the rock hasn’t been professionally designed, then it can be a major eye sore. It’s far too easy for weeds to grow up in-between the rocks. Click here to learn why mulch is a better choice than rock.
The best way to separate dirt from the landscaping rocks around your house is by sifting them. You’ll need to build a wooden frame and then put metal fencing with 1/2 inch spacing on top of the frame. Then shovel the dirty rocks onto the fencing and use a garden hoe to move them around. The dirt should strain through the chicken wire fencing and the cleaned rocks will stay on the top. Click here to watch a video showing how this process works.
Yes, it’s possible but very messy so it’s not a recommended method. You cannot simply keep the rocks in the landscape bed and spray them with a hose. That would be easy but ineffective. Why? Because the dirt won’t get removed from the rocks. Instead, you’ll need to shovel the rock onto a metal sieve and then spray them. This will clean off the rocks and allow you to reuse them.
There is such a thing as a rock vacuum. It’s a very big and expensive machine that you’d need to rent. The rock vac doesn’t dispose of the rocks for you though. All it does is suction up the rocks and pour them out onto your wheelbarrow. The machine doesn’t suck up the rocks that fast either, as you can see from this video.
The best approach is to remove the rock by using a shovel and wheelbarrow. One tip to make this easier is to spread the work out over a long period of time. For example, work in 30 minute increments for 2-3 days over the course of a week. It might take about 1 month to accomplish your whole project, but at least you’ll save your back from a lot of pain! Click here to learn about 3 strategies for removing landscape rock.
Yes, you’re in luck if there is landscape barrier fabric underneath the rock. You can pull up the fabric so the rock gets piled up. Rock in piles is not as hard to shovel as a thin layer of rock. If you have another person helping, you can each grab onto both ends of the fabric and lift up the rocks so they can be dumped into a wheelbarrow. This saves you the work of having to shovel them.
Before you decide to dispose of your landscape rock, you should look into options where the rock could be repurposed. Post on social media like Facebook marketplace or Nextdoor to see if anybody nearby would be willing to take them for free. Alternatively, try to think about ways you could reuse the rock on your own property. For example, rock can be reused as fill for a retaining wall or patio. Or you could make a berm by pilling up the rock and then adding a fresh 2-3 inch layer of dirt on top.
Unfortunately, bagster dumpster bags do not accept rock. Your local trash company won’t take them away in bins either. Dumping rock in a public woods or on private property is illegal so you don’t wanna do that. Some yard waste sites accept rock and others do not so be sure to call and ask first.
If you own a truck and trailer (or can borrow one) then just google “yard waste sites that accept rock near me” and you’ll probably find one. Landfills are usually willing to accept landscape rock too. If you don’t have a means for hauling away the rock, then you could rent a rolloff dumpster and manually load the rocks in there via wheelbarrow and shovel. The dumpster company will come pick up the rocks for you.
You should try to get a ballpark estimate on the total cost for your project. Ask the rock removal service how long they’ve been doing it and what their process is. Make sure they have good reviews online. Click here to get a rock removal quote from His Workmanship.

His Workmanship is a Christian company

Our mission is to glorify God as we embody the gospel through our hard labor and our honest behavior. Our desire is to bring satisfaction to the customer as they seek to improve their property. We also desire to facilitate growth for students as they experience the business world from a Christian perspective.

Hear what a worker says

“Hi, my name is Mike and this is my 8th summer with His Workmanship. I’ve been good friends with the owner ever since our college days. Eric has been a good friend but an even better boss. He has given me many pay raises and end of the summer bonuses. He works with my schedule and gives me time off to rest. I cannot recommend His Workmanship enough.”

Fun Facts about Westerville

Westerville was once known as “The Dry Capital of the World” for its strict laws prohibiting sales of alcohol and for being the home of the Anti-Saloon League, one of the driving forces behind Prohibition at the beginning of the 20th century. In 2006 Michael’s Pizza served the first beer in Uptown Westerville in over 70 years. Westerville is the home of Otterbein University. On October 15, 2019, Westerville hosted the fourth 2020 Democratic Primary Presidential Debate which had over 12 candidates on stage. To date, it is the largest primary debate in American history. Learn more about Westerville schools, utilities and parks.

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