Final grading and rough grading are both important steps in the building process. Its important to take note of neighboring properties, soils, structures and most importantly drainage. Final grades on a construction site should involve a plan for runoff and drainage. Avoiding pooling and flooding issues is carefully looked at with each of our grading projects. We want to provide you with confidence that your property and landscaping will be able to disperse water and drainage correctly and in the right directions.
Most municipalities will also consider this a necessity and make sure the proper slope and grading has been complete before a new residence can pass its final inspection and receive a certificate of occupancy. You can trust PDQ and our contracting excavators and our experience when it comes to final grades and new home construction. We have been involved in community development and home construction since 1999.
Final grades may also be needed to maintain a properties integrity and appeal over time if erosion, weather and other debris have altered its character. No job is too small or to large for us to help you meet your project goal.