Sod Removal
Field Access
Raking Gravel
Driveway Repairs
Equine Facility Maintenance
Hilltop Grading
This job is to remove the layer of sod with minimal loss of soil.
Constructing an access to a field from the main drive.
Spreading gravel.
Repairing a driveway by moving the gravel from the sides and back into the driveway. The main drive area was also scraped to remove and repair potholes.
Cleaning out horse paddocks and spreading manure.
Re-grading a bulldozed hilltop back to it's natural slope.
Raking and maintaining gravel or dirt driveways is the best way to prevent potholes as well as keeping the gravel in the road rather than along the edges where it eventually ends up from daily driving and winter snow plowing. And as always, no job is complete until the sight is cleaned and groomed for an eye-appealing finish.  I can accomplished jobs as large as completely restructuring the landscaping to slightly altering your existing landscape as needed. These photos show removing the sod from an entire yard with minimal loss of soil, improving an access road from the from the driveway to a horse pasture for easier access (prior to the access improvements, driving off the asphalt always resulted in dragging the bottom of machinery or equipment) and taking a previously bulldozed hilltop back to it's natural sloped and grade. 
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