Welcome to AR Construction, your one-stop solution for excavation, demolition, dirt work, grading, drainage, lawn installation, hydroseeding, and hardscaping. Our team of certified segmental retaining wall installers provide exceptional service and timely completion of projects, residential or commercial. Contact us to discuss your requirements.
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Excavation involves digging and removing earth, rocks, or other materials from a construction site using heavy machinery.
Demolition refers to the process of dismantling, destroying, or breaking down a structure or building to make way for new construction or redevelopment.
Dirt work involves moving, grading, or leveling earth or soil to prepare a site for construction or landscaping purposes.
Hardscaping refers to the non-living elements of a landscape design, such as stones, pavers, or concrete, that provide structural or aesthetic features to an outdoor space.
Drainage is the process of removing excess water or other fluids from an area, usually through the use of a system of pipes, gutters, or other structures to prevent flooding or water damage.
Pads, sidewalks, floors and more. Concrete work refers to the process of creating structures or objects using a mixture of cement, water, and aggregates such as sand and gravel.
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Excavation involves removing earth, rocks, or other materials from a construction site using heavy machinery. This process can include site preparation, digging foundations, creating trenches for utilities, or leveling the land for landscaping or hardscaping projects.
Hydroseeding is a process of applying a slurry mixture of grass seed, water, and other additives to a prepared soil surface using a sprayer. This method is a cost-effective way of establishing a lawn quickly, especially in areas with poor soil quality or erosion issues.
If you notice standing water, wet areas, or flooding on your property after rainstorms, you may need drainage solutions. Drainage systems can include grading, installing drains or swales, or creating rain gardens to help manage water runoff and prevent water damage to your property. A professional construction team can help assess your needs and provide customized drainage solutions.