Erosion Control is action taken to prevent destruction of soil which is caused by wind, rain and excessive water on the soil surface. Erosion takes on many forms from hillside erosion, gully formation, silt buildup, slope slippage, the exposure of unproductive soils.If your neighbor’s yard is sloped, chances are your landscape and plants are becoming damaged by rain water that flows and accumulates on your property. Surface and subsurface water can quickly become a problem when it begins to puddle or flow onto the property by creating erosion, muddy soil that never dries up and water intrusion into your home. Standing water for a long period of time also creates the perfect bedding for mosquitoes.
Gutter downspouts are located very close to a house and can cause drainage problems with water seeping in the foundation wall or cause dampness in a basement. Underground drainage for downspouts can often solve this problem.
There are different methods of erosion control and drainage solutions to ensure healthy life for your lawn, flowers, trees and shrubs within your landscape as well as avoiding basement leaks.
If you regularly experience any drainage problems or erosion, give us a call. We will inspect the problem area and provide you with a free estimate for your erosion control or drainage solution.
seeding is about using precise state of the art equipment to literally sow seeds directly into the soil on your lawn without damaging your existing grass. Getting grass seeds to grow comes down to one important component – seed to soil contact. . Lawn Doctor’s Turf Tamer Power Seeder combines the new seed with your lawn’s soil for the best possible results. Simply throwing seeds on top of bare spots doesn’t cut it. You end up with a very low germination rate typically around 10%. In other words, just one in every ten seeds will grow. But with our power seeding process and equipment your germination rate will be over 90%.