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what is Erosion?

Erosion is the geological process in which soil is worn away and moved by natural forces such as wind and water and is one of the most significant environmental disasters to impact the state of Georgia.

Heavy Equip LLC deals with Soil Erosion which impacts both commercial and personal properties of every size.

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Erosion Control can help stabilize the ground and give a strong buffer towards the elements. Soil erosion can create significant damage to foundations of both residential and commercial buildings and if left unaddressed can undermine structural integrity.

Heavy Equip LLC uses Natural Ground Coverings like Sand and Rock Aggregates as well as Long Lasting Rubber Mulch that help slow water down so that it can absorb into the ground properly and adequately without causing damage. This prevents concentrated drainage issues and gives a pleasing aesthetic with a natural hardscaped solution.

- Heavy Equip LLC is a Registered and Certified Business in the State of Ga -

Andrew Miller is a Level 1B Certified Inspector with the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission 


What to expect

We look forward to working with you and we appreciate your patience during the process and understanding of the nuances of the work required.

before install

  • Initial Walkthrough

  • Estimate in 2-3 days

  • We will contact 811 before any install requiring digging

  • Contract needs to be signed before work begins

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Material delivery

Deliveries are made via Dump Trucks that need a clear driveway to make deliveries.

Rock and other Natural Materials will be sandy and chalky upon install. 

No worries though - this WILL wash off with rain.

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Heavy Equip Irregular Jumbo River Rock and Alabama Crimson Hardscape - Forsyth GA


We will NEVER give a verbal estimate on site

Each estimate gets the proper time and calculation it deserves and we do not rush the process.

You will receive an estimate via email where you can accept or decline all online.


Prep is time extensive and messy.

  • Before starting we will need to prep the area which normally means removing dirt.

  • Most of the materials come straight from the earth at the Quarry. 

  • All debris from work will be cleared from work site, please be patient with the process.


install stages

Work will be completed in Stages

  • Prep

  • Installation

  • Clean Up

* pressure washing is not included



Each install has it's own special needs, materials, equipment and time constraints.

If any install needs more materials than originally quoted then they can be discussed and added to the final Invoice.

clean up

Heavy Equip LLC takes pride in cleaning up after each install and not leaving you with a mess of stray materials to clean up after we leave the site.

*Pressure Washing NOT Included

after install

Installation area will be raw but everything WILL settle with time.

Rain will wash the rock clean, the grass will regrow. Have faith in the installation.

What is the Gswcc?

"The Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission (GSWCC) was formed to protect, conserve and improve the soil and water resources of the State of Georgia. The Commission's goal is to make Georgia a better place for its citizens through the wise use and protection of basic soil and water resources and to achieve practical water quality goals."


"Anyone involved in land development, design, review, permitting, construction, monitoring, inspection, or any land-disturbing activity in Georgia must meet education requirements and be certified by the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission"

Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission  (n.d.).  Education and Certification. Retrieved December 27, 2021, from

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"Through education, assistance, and oversight, we help local conservation districts, landowners, and governments wisely use and maintain the soil and water resources for all Georgians."

Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission  (n.d.).  About Us. Retrieved December 27, 2021, from

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