When grading a new construction, fill dirt is often used as it is less expensive than other types of soil.

 

 

If you decide to grade your lawn with fill, select a richer fill dirt, when possible, to avoid the less desirable clay variety. If clay is the only thing available in your area, you’ll want to purchase some form of topsoil to serve as a final layer over the bulk of the material. Ensuring that your lawn is properly graded and leveled can be a difficult task involving precise measurements and meticulous labor.

 

Contact Outdoor Life to learn more about our grading services!

 

 

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