Professional Drainage Solutions In Texas
A culvert installation is typically needed at the bottom of a ditch, gully or creek. This is to allow constant water flow, allowing access to your property using a driveway or road. This is also so erosion doesn’t damage your property.
Culvert installation protects your land. In conclusion you can protect your home from dangerous flooding. In addition there are many types of culverts that can be installed.
- Galvanized steel
- Aluminum or plastic: typically very dense polyethylene (HDPE).
Dean Land Clearing can install a culvert with stabilized sand (sand mixed with cement) or without. It is a good idea to use the stabilized sand if the ditch often holds water. When stabilized sand dries it becomes almost as hard as concrete.
Culverts that are poorly designed can become jammed with sediment and debris after a heavy rain. If the culvert cannot pass the a volume of water, the water will find the path of least resistance, often overflowing into your yard or over a nearby road and cause erosion.
Washed away embankment material can clog other structures downstream, and cause them to fail. A properly sized culvert can help to fix these problems.
And Dean Land Clearing has the equipment. Furthermore we know how to install the right type and sized culvert for your upcoming development.
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