Erosion control is the practice of managing wind or water breakdown in land development, construction, and agriculture. Effective erosion control handles surface runoff, and is an important techniques in preventing property damage, soil loss, water pollution, and wildlife habitat loss. It also adds to landscaping by providing structure, and areas for activities.
Quality erosion control gives landowners a valuable and great property. Erosion causes ruts, rough lawns, and can be hazardous. A landowner can work with an erosion control provider to divert surface runoff, grade the ground appropriately, and decide what else should be done. Erosion control is a hard job but it adds to a property.