Annandale, VA, October 18, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- A Maryland fill dirt contractor at Dirt Connections recently released a guide about how to build a rain garden for homeowners looking to implement one in their yard.
Before embarking on this project to build a rain garden, it is crucial to make sure the land that it will be built on is properly graded and sloped away from the house and approximately ten feet away from the house foundation. This requires a heavy amount of fill dirt for completion, in order to properly absorb the rain.
After proper land grading and receiving the right amount of fill dirt, starting the creation of a rain garden starts with choosing the shape that you desire for your garden. Different shapes call for different slopes. Then you will dig out the land within the shape you chose and fill it with fill dirt that easily absorbs the rain. The dugout land may be used as the base. Adding nice native decoration to the topsoil will allow a healthy habitat for wildlife, making your garden have more of a positive impact to you and your landscape. Be sure to leave enough growing room for the rain and plants to prosper.
Speak to the Maryland fill dirt contractors at Dirt Connections for more information about fill dirt and land grading or to schedule your free fill dirt delivery. The firm's experienced contractors can help you order the right amount and type of fill dirt for your project, then conduct a safe site inspection before delivering your order. Dirt Connections will also remove any excess dirt once the project is complete. Contact Dirt Connections online at https://www.dirtconnections.com/ or by phone at 703-940-9949. The firm is headquartered at 11325 Random Hills Road, Suite 360-A211, Fairfax, VA 22030.