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Don't drown in worries when it rains

When the skies open up and the rain pours for hours, the excess water creates problems. Water can pool on top of parking lots, resulting in hazardous footing. Your hillside landscaping may be at risk of uprooting, or washing downhill. Pooling water around your house can creep into your basement.


You can deal with these problems again and again, or you can put a stop to them for good. All you may need to do is install a new culvert, a solid retaining wall, or a rainwater runoff retention pond.

Still love your house but really wish it was bigger. Don't start looking for a new house. Add a new room to your home to get the extra space your family needs — without moving.

We'll do the dirty work for you. Ask us to install your new septic system.


Your retaining wall's first jobs are to keep the water out and to keep the dirt in. Shoring up your home to prevent water seepage will help you control mold, odors, and ruined walls and flooring. Preventing rain from reconfiguring your garden and flowerbeds is much simpler than replanting. You chose a spot for your house for a reason. A good retaining wall can make that decision pay off.


If style is important to you, you don't have to settle for good function only. If you want a look more organic than a wall of concrete blocks, ask us to build them in timber or natural stone.

Our stylish retaining walls look good while preventing erosion

When you first thought about paving a parking lot, it probably never occurred to you that a pond might provide a perfect complement. With sufficient space, a neighboring pond can accept rainwater runoff while adding some natural beauty to an otherwise all-business setting. It's the best of both worlds: functional, yet appealing to the eye.


If you don't have the space for a big outdoor pond, you're not out of luck. We can help you install a drainage pond underneath your parking lot. Out of sight, out of mind, yet siphoning excess water.

Manage excessive water runoff with an underground retention pond

Your one-stop solution for soil and water control

  • Block or stone retaining walls

  • Commercial and residential projects

  • French drains

  • Drainage systems

  • Culvert installations

  • Retention ponds (including under parking lots)

  • Septic tank installations

  • Timber and garden walls

  • Driveway and border paving