Bobcat, Mini Excavator & Tipper Combo Hire Northern Adelaide
It's been quite some time since I did a Pool Fill In type excavation job and I thought it would be best to blog about the details of this recent one I did. Located in Elizabeth, my client was wanting to have this pool removed, filled, leveled and ready for turfing. If this sounds like your situation, I suggest you keep reading, because I saved my client thousands with this job.
A new house definitely deserves a level (pardon the pun) playing field to start with. That's exactly what I was contracted to do by the owner of this house in Gawler recently. All the overgrown vegetation, weeds and tree stump needed to be removed and scraped back to start fresh. It's actually quite amazing how much bigger a space looks when it’s yard leveled!
Here's two different job sites that I've completed some concrete preparation on recently. Both are for new houses that have just been built and the owners are in the process of getting all the outer concreting done. It is definitely one of those big and expensive parts of building your own home and that is why it is paramount to have the preparation done professionally.
This clients backyard was a whole meter (plus some) higher than the house and was not a flat surface at all. Pretty unusable if you ask me and really bad for rain run off. So they wanted this problem sorted out and to do that I had to do a massive backyard dirt removal task. I could see there was a lot of dirt to be taken away and likely more than the owners anticipated.
With a sloping backyard like this, creating a 3-Tier Backyard Rock Retaining Wall is the easiest way to use the space effectively and put in a beautiful garden bed feature. This house is built on a slight high point with the backyard sloping downward to the end of the block. Putting in a retaining wall with take away a chunk of the regular yard maintenance.
Having a Tiered Backyard Rock Retaining Wall created in a yard that is built on a slope is the easiest way to use the space effectively. Take this yard for example. The house is built on the lowest level with the backyard sloping upward to the end of the block. This makes yard maintenance a hassle and even more of an issue trying to give your kids a leveled area to play on.