Many factors can cause a dam or pond to leak. Problems during construction, soil type, obstructions & simply the age of a dam can cause leaks. Identifying where the issue is allows you to focus on the leaking area & not the whole dam.
Think of laying lawn? Replacing old, dead grass with new turf? Simply laying turf or sowing grass seed does not guarantee the grass will grow. Here is a few tips & tricks the help ensure your grass will take & continue to grow.
The first place to start is by the area in the dam that is leaking will allow you to concentrate only on the leaking area & can reduce the amount of Water$ave dam sealer needed to seal it.
Your plants may be struggling to grow & thrive. This can be caused by your soil being to compacted. Compacted soil can reduce the plant’s access to water, soil & nutrients, because there is simply no room for them to enter the soil.
Water problems on your work site? Are you overrun with muddy water to thick to pump but to watery to shovel? Need to reduce your water usage while keeping your dust under control? Polymer Innovations can help!
Whether you are looking at sealing a leaking dam or constructing a new one, here are a few things you should know.
Knowing your soil’s texture can help in many ways, including choosing the right plant for your soil. The type of soil you have can help determine which plants will be best suited to the area which will help increase their survival rates.
Let it snow this Christmas with Polymer Innovations’ D’ziner Snow. D’ziner Snow is an amazing, instant, realistic looking snow that can be used for window displays, weddings, functions, birthdays, theme parties, Christmas events and so much more.