Earthworks Adelaide Residents Can Have Completed
Landscaping, by definition refers to an activity that changes the visible features of any area of land. Landscapers from Hand Made Gardens are licensed, trained professionals having landscaped thousands of gardens across Adelaide spanning over 3 decades.
Working with or changing the natural landscape is something just about every project involves, whether it be excavation of soil to be able to lay Quarry Rubble for a paving job, or to dig out 100 tonne of earth to level and then build a retaining wall.
Typically all earthworks Adelaide landscapers encounter has consequences. If there’s been changes to the slope, or instead of natural earth there is now concrete or paving, during heavy rainfall where will the water flow as a result of changing the original landscape?
With over 35 years experience, the landscape designers and landscapers from Hand Made Gardens take this and much more into account when designing and constructing your new landscaping project.
Depending on the nature of the job, additional earthworks may be required to dig trenches before installing a drainage system that’s then connected up to your stormwater pipe.
These days, high water removal efficiency can be carried out even with a narrow profile that blends seamlessly with your chosen pavers.
Landscape designers, in consultation with engineers, the licensed paving contractors laying the pavers & drainage system installers will make sure you have no problematic puddles!
Poor drainage can have serious consequences. Excess water build up can saturate soil, degrade landscaped areas and attract unwanted insects.
Prolonged water exposure can even erode concrete and if allowed to get too close to your home, cause edge wetting or salt dampness to your foundation’s damp course.
Although not sexy, sometimes the earthworks Adelaide residents need to have completed is for installing a quality drainage system to a low lying driveway.
It’s important to ensure water is efficiently and effectively removed from the property so as not to flood the garage, or house.
This is vital when the base level is below the road with the drive sloping down towards the property.
Do You Require Earthworks On Your Property?
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