Medina County is immediately west of Bexar County in southwest Texas. Hondo, the county seat, is located near the geographic center of the county at 29°17' north latitude and 99°02' west longitude, 100 miles from the Mexican border at Eagle Pass. The Medina River, from which the county derives its name, traverses the northeastern portion of the county. The western part is drained by the Frio River. Medina County covers 1,331 square miles with elevations ranging from 1,995 feet in the northern Hill Country to as low as 635 feet in the southern region. Annual rainfall averages 28.43 inches.
Most subsurface or ground waters in Medina County are artesian; two major subsurface water belts are the Edwards Aquifer and the Carrizo Sand Aquifer.
The largest community in Medina County is Hondo, the county’s seat of government. Other sizable towns include Devine , Castroville, La Coste .
4D Land Services provides forestry mulching services, land clearing cedar and brush mulching, all types of brush clearing and land improvements using a variety of techniques in the Texas hill country , central Texas, South Texas and parts of West Texas.
We offer forestry mulching and brush chipping - grinding where the end product is a Environmentally friendly layer of mulch and no burning required.
We also offer pile and burn land clearing using tree shears, grapple and grubber where brush pile burning is required.
Located in Bandera county Texas we are a family owned and operated land improvement business that takes cedar clearing and land clearing seriously. If your looking for a quality and trusted Texas land clearing service, look no further.
We pride ourselves on being honest, reliable, dependable, clearing and improving land quickly and as safely as possible, and at the best price possible. We enjoy serving Texas , and above all, high-quality service.
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