Gabion, cages filled with rocks that are used in erosion control, civil engineering and landscaping image in landscape format Sea defences, Walney Island, near Barrow-in-Furness Cumbria Rock armour barriers to control coastal erosion, Bawdsey, Suffolk, England
Randy McCoy Construction - Rock Yard and Landscape Supply offers a wide variety of solutions to match all needs and situations for erosion control.Our teams are experienced with all manner of situations to ensure that the best solution is used.
Gabion, cages filled with rocks used for erosion control, civil engineering, road building and military applications image in landscape format Biodegradable erosion control straw sock guard fixed on a slope to protect from water runoff erosion
Gabion, cages filled with rocks that are used in erosion control, civil engineering and landscaping image in landscape format Sand dune erosion control Assateague Island National Seashore. Old bricks of riprap-style revetment along a hilly driveway protect a wooded slope from erosion in Ravine Gardens State Park.
River rocks make it possible to not only to improve the look of your landscape but also to preserve it by strategically placing the stones in a way that prevents erosion. Landscape River Rock Sizing Landscape river rocks are available for purchase in several sizes, each of which has their own set of functions:
For projects intended to improve landscape drainage on very steep hills, some folks mortar the rocks into place to form a solid channel that will carry water away. Unless you find that it is a necessity to take this measure, however, it may be best to avoid it.
The use of pavers for erosion control in north Florida is growing on both a commercial and a residential level. Permeable or pervious pavers can reduce or eliminate storm water runoff, decrease flooding and relieve sewer systems yet provide a sturdy pavement for vehicular traffic.
River Rock Landscaping Landscaping With Rocks Garden, landscaping, Garden ponds Stream Bed Erosion Control Dry creek bed Landscape architecture: Design Water features Forward Erosion Control / This photo shows how washed riverjack rock was used to hide an erosion landscaping issue in Fairfax, VA.
The Lakeshore Guys' signature Armored Shoreline is the toughest riprap shoreline money can buy. Owner Joe Palumbo and his Lakeshore Guys know and care about all the details that matter - the proper slope, the toughest fabric, the best type of rock, the right amount of rock, and much more.
Jan Johnsen, a landscape designer in Mount Kisco, New York, often landscapes swales by lining them with river rock. Along the sides, she uses evergreen ferns, sedges, winterberry, grasses, and Siberian and Louisiana irises that thrive in moist conditions.