There are many reasons a property may need a lawn resloping Kentucky job. One of the most common reasons is to direct the flow of rain water in a yard. Homeowners do not want water flowing toward and standing at their foundation or basement wall which can cause flooding, mold and other damage. They also do not want water pooling in areas of the yard creating swampy conditions. The lawn grading experts in our database can evaluate a property and determine what needs to be done to slope the yard and keep rain water flowing evenly. They can also advise homeowners if they need build a retaining wall, have special drains installed or fix drainage problems by planting a garden.
Kentucky Lawn Resloping & Grading CostsAverage prices can vary based on a number of factors. The current slope of the yard and how much resloping needs to be done are 2 things that will impact the cost of the job the most. The type of soil in the yard will also impact the cost. Rocky soil is much more difficult to grade than smooth, loamy soil. The location of the property along with travel and set up charges will affect the cost of a Kentucky lawn resloping job as well as the need for extra soil to be brought in to fill in large holes. In cases where a retaining wall needs to be built, drains need to be installed or vegetation needs to be planted, additional costs will be incurred.
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