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- How to install a root barrier07 May, 2019Read More
Even though there are many benefits that come with planting trees in your garden or on nature strips, there are also a few disadvantages that need to be taken into consideration. One such disadvantage is invasive root growth, where a tree’s roots will naturally spread out and venture into areas where you don’t want them to go, such as in between water pipes or underneath footpaths. One way to prevent invasive root growth from occurring is to install a root barrier during the planting process. But, how exactly do you install a root barrier?
- Which pavers are right for your driveway?21 April, 2019Read More
One of the most quintessential parts of any home is the driveway. They can be seen as a symbol of both form and function, providing a place for traffic while enhancing aesthetic value as well.
- What are the effects of soil erosion?21 March, 2019Read More
Soil erosion occurs when the upper layer of soil, otherwise known as topsoil is displaced by either water, air, human activity and other causes. Although it might initially seem unassuming, if left unchecked, soil erosion can cause significant damage to both infrastructure and the environment. But, just how does it cause this damage? Aside from physical damage, soil erosion can result in many other types of damage, such as introducing both physical pollution and chemicals. Here are some of the effects of soil erosion, as well as some erosion control measures to keep it in check.
- Which erosion control product is right for me?13 February, 2019Read More
Erosion control is one of the most important things that you need control of when working on land restoration projects. However, soil erosion can be presented in many different ways and there isn’t one erosion control product that can fix every type of soil erosion. In order to deal with different types of soil erosion, you need a range of different products. Here are some of the products that you might need to tackle different types of soil erosion.
- How to reinforce your land for high traffic18 January, 2019Read More
Whether it’s for a driveway, a warehouse carpark or for a park or festival, you’ll need to prepare some of the land so that it can sustain the damage that will be dealt by high levels of traffic from both people and vehicles. In order to make land suitable for high traffic, it needs to be reinforced. Whether you need grass pavers or any other means of reinforcing land, here are some of the ways that you can reinforce land to prepare it for high traffic.
- 3 benefits of coir matting03 December, 2018Read More
In both gardens and in commercial projects, one problem which greatly impedes progress is land erosion. The erosion of land, such as soil and sand, can result in both hefty financial costs and labour costs. However, there is one very effective means of dealing with land erosion – coir matting. Coir matting is a sheet of weaved coconut fibre that is designed to bring strength and structure to loose sand and soil. However, as well as providing strength, coir matting has many other environmental benefits.
- Implementing effective erosion control for your site27 November, 2018Read More
Although it may be an often-overlooked duty when preparing a site for development, construction or renovation, setting up your erosion control measures is extremely important, with many local councils enforcing it in order to reduce pollution and protect the environment. But there are many different ways that you can implement erosion control, with each method varying in its effectiveness. In order to make the process less confusing, we’ve put together some extremely successful methods that you can use to make your site environmentally friendly.