Before we tackle a silt fence installation project, we’ll assess the property and determine whether it’s the right solution for sediment control.
When dealing with the risk of sediment damage on a construction site, there are several solutions often used for sediment control. One of these is a silt fence, which is a temporary device that can protect nearby bodies of water from loose soil runoff during or after a storm. Silt fences are commonly used on job sites throughout the country, and our team from L&S Site Contractor can perform silt fence installation on sites located in the state of North Carolina. We recommend this option for sediment control because it’s cost-effective and relatively easy to design.
Before we tackle a silt fence installation project, we’ll assess the property and determine whether it’s the right solution for sediment control. If it is a good measure for this need, we’ll design a silt fence that accommodates the needs of the site while providing maximum protection against sediment damage and water pollution. The process of silt fence installation involves stretching a piece of synthetic filter fabric between metal or wooden fence stakes that run horizontally. The placement of the fence helps to pool the runoff, rather than allowing it to continue to move.
Silt fence installation is an excellent solution to the issue of sediment on a construction site. It’s an option we often recommend to our clients for sediment and erosion control. We have years of experience in the industry and have worked with many property owners and contractors over the years to provide solutions to common problems. Contact us to learn more or request a site visit for silt fence installation.