Natural Timber Lawn Care

Rough & Finish Grading

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Rough & Finish Grading

Rough grading is the first step toward growing a beautiful lawn and garden.

Creating the proper grade (angle of the land) and drainage is critical to prevent water damage to your yard and home.

Our experienced operators properly shape and form the topsoil so that it drains away excess water from the places it doesn’t need to be and directs it to places where it can do the most good for your property.

If your project requires additional topsoil, we supply you with rich, sifted soil for best results.

We guarantee proper drainage on our rough grades, taking extra care to make sure that all our grades are correct and up to local code.

The Finish Grade is the base for the look of every fine lawn. It provides the final shaping and prepares the lawn’s seed bed or sod base for completion.

Before any finish grading can begin, the rough grade must be set within 1” of the final grade, and proper drainage established.

Our finish grading equipment is designed to remove extra rock and debris from the seedbed while pulverizing the soil, creating a smooth, uniform finish. We take great pride in achieving the best finish grade possible.

When a grading around a house or structure is not shaped properly, serious drainage problems can occur. Improper drainage can cause flooding in road ditches; and also cause standing water in your yard, eventually destroying your lawn or seeping around your foundation into your house.

We can correct drainage problems on already established yards and new construction sites to help keep your basement dry and protect your home and yard from water damage.

Slope Erosion Control

A slope in your yard or landscape can separate your home from a busy road or street and can provide you will additional privacy and quiet. But eventually any slope that has not been properly maintained and cared become very difficult (and even dangerous) to mow.

And even the most heavily seeded or graded slope can become over time susceptible to erosion and damaging runoff.

Don’t let your hillside get out of control – we can help.

Got Questions?  Call Richard (828.230.1165) or Chase (828.713.3855). Or you can contact us online to schedule a free, no obligation consultation here > our easy email request form