Since 1996, Northeast Rural Services Right of Way (NRS) has been providing customized vegetation management services to electric cooperatives, pipeline and private commercial customers utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and highly qualified supervisors and personnel.
NRS is widely known for its dedication in meeting the unique needs of its customers. NRS takes great pride in exceeding customer expectations and developing absolute confidence in its ability to provide excellent quality of work and service.
Contract services offered by the NRS ROW division include herbicide application, mechanical trimming and mowing, bucket truck service, storm and disaster services, and sales and consulting.
NRS addresses specific needs of customers in its well-established herbicide application program. Using an individualized approach, NRS provides customers with unmatched service and quality of work on a wide variety of vegetation management projects. Customers can be assured that they will be provided the best resources in the industry when it comes to our licensed applicators and our unwavering attention to what is important to each customer.
Northeast Rural Services performs customized mechanical tree trimming and mowing for a wide variety of customers across the Midwest. Efficiency, attention to detail, and excellent quality of work and value are what NRS crews will deliver on every vegetation trimming and mowing project.
For most right of way clearing projects, Kershaw Sky Trim and Timberland Tree Trimmers are excellent choices – even when used on rough terrain. Hydro Ax equipment, which serves as a rotary mower behind the trimmers, is well suited for rough terrain. Bucket trucks are used to maximize efficiency, increase productivity and maintain areas not suited for heavy equipment such as yards and housing developments.
NRS crews have extensive experience when it comes to assisting with disasters – man made or acts of God. From damage caused by ice, wind, heavy rains, etc. NRS crews are armed with expertise in emergency tree clearing, repair and construction.
For the past two months, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been working with those individuals whose ability to pay for service(s) has been impacted. Effective Monday, June 1, we will begin the process of collecting these outstanding balances.