Erosion & Drainage Control

Drainage & erosion control problems
Standing water or puddling in your lawn may signify drainage problems.

Do you have soggy spots in your yard where those little puddles stand, leaving ugly dead grass or bare earth? Or do you find little gullies carving up your landscape design, leaving plants with roots being exposed? If so, then you likely have erosion & drainage control problems.

We offer drainage and erosion control strategies to help you keep your yard and property unharmed by the elements.

Here in mid Missouri we have lots of slopes and hills, many of them rather steep. They can create a challenge to the health and safety of your lawn and property, as they can be greatly affected by runoff and erosion. Loss of topsoil can become problematic for your landscape.

Often we cannot see the immediate effects of erosion, but this does not mean it isn't happening. It can be a slow and subtle process. We can help you identify problem areas of which you may not be aware.

Use retaining walls for erosion control
Terraced retaining walls help control erosion at the Lake of the Ozarks.

Furthermore, much of the rainfall in our area comes in heavy downpours. This cause a lot of runoff from our lawns, landscape and hillsides. We can lose important topsoil and its helpful nutrients and mocroorganisms.

A few of the tools we use to address your erosion or drainage issues are retaining walls, terraces, riprap, mulching and strategic use of grasses and other plants.

Many of the hills and slopes here at Lake of the Ozarks adjoin stream sides and shorelines. These areas are very important to keep intact.

Contact us for more information on controlling and repairing your erosion and drainage problems. 573-302-8866

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Lake of the Ozarks Landscaping & LOWA

The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance educates Lake residents on the preservation and protection of our lakes, streams and watersheds and you might qualify for a grant towards your Low Impact landscape! Click here for more information and for the grant application.

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