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Dam & Shoreline Repair

Large Natural Pond & Lake Dam & Overflow Repair & Leak Detection Contractor Services

Large Natural Pond & Lake – Shoreline Erosion Contractor Services

Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama ( AL ) Serving Guntersville & Rainbow City Areas

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Dam & Overflow Repair

One of our Large Pond & Lake service client’s biggest requests, in the Gadsden, Guntersville, Etowah County, Alabama areas, are faulty standpipes, siphons and overflows, that need to be regularly monitored to avoid clogging. Overflow outlet structures are built to keep the water surface in the pond at its optimum level and to be able to drain the pond for maintenance. If there is too much water in your pond, it may flow over the banks. Overflows can cause costly erosion damage to the infrastructure. Overflow pipes keep the water in your pond from overflowing the banks. Siphons serve a similar purpose, but typically draw down the water level 6-12 inch so that it can absorb rain events or fast amounts of runoff. When the water level rises faster than a standpipe, the emergency spillway lets water go past or around, without causing erosion to the levy. Overflows need to be checked regularly to make sure there is no clogging to prevent expensive repair work.

Taking care of your lake or pond is not a luxury, it’s a necessity, to avoid costly repairs or cleaning services in the future. As your local pond management professionals, we’ve been there. Let us help guide you as a member to protect, plan, and preserve your pond or lake if you live in Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama & surrounding areas.

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Shorline Erosion

Large Natural Pond & Lake – Shoreline Erosion Contractor Services

Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama ( AL ) Serving Guntersville & Rainbow City Areas

Shoreline Erosion, Management & Control

Natural earthen bottom or farm pond shoreline erosion, is essentially the removal or dwindling of clay, dirt, or land that has been supplanted by water. Constant water ripples wears down earth and sediment, and as such, rising overflowing water levels are one of the primary causes of shoreline erosion. Often, elevated water levels are a side effect of the changing seasons, meaning leaf debris build up at the overflow points of these style ponds that raise the water levels. These leaks will erode dirt in the lower edge sections of your ponds.

​Aquatic plants are invasive by nature, they require regular maintenance if they are not properly managed. Big Rock Ponds, of Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama & surrounding areas, are a professional shoreline management company that can help you with your Large Pond & Lake shoreline erosion issues.

​Farm & irrigation ponds in urban or agricultural applications occupy a vast majority of the total private uses, and every year more natural ponds are falling into these categories. With these natural progressions also disappears wildlife’s natural habitats, ecology and vegetation. Nevertheless, there are an increasing amount of ponds that are being renovated to bring back the natural plants fish and other aquatic life, to help sustain the beauty and function of a natural habitat.

Having Shoreline Erosion Problems on your Large Natural Lake or Pond?
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