The excavation services division at Rye Beach Landscaping brings a lot of value to the table for general contractors, home builders, or homeowners who are building new homes in New Hampshire. We are able to perform all aspects of the site work for house lots from start to finish.
The site work portion represents a significant amount of work in new home construction. In fact, it is the excavation contractor who is on the project from beginning to end. There is stump removal, ledge hammering, and excavation for the house foundation just to get a home construction project started. Once the foundation is in, there is utility trenching and a septic system installation needed. After the construction is completed, the site work contractor returns to put in the finishing touches: backfilling, grading and drainage, lawn installation and possibly driveway paving.
Do it once, do it right. General contractors love to work with us because they know every aspect of the excavation services for their house lots will be done well. It allows them better control over the quality. In the long run, it’s cheaper to do it right the first time. Proper compaction before the concrete pour minimizes cracking. Foundation drains that work as they should keep basements dry. A septic system installation that is done with the correct sand and aggregates prevent premature leach field failure. Because most excavation projects are covered over, you don’t know the quality of the work that was done – until something goes wrong. Rye Beach Landscaping’s clients never have to wonder.
Green home building projects are a perfect fit for Rye Beach Landscaping! We love reusing old stone and granite. Our composting facility in Exeter recycles all the yard waste and fill from our landscaping and excavation projects, screening it into healthy topsoil rich in organic nutrients.
Reuse and recycle. Although the house may be brand-new, there are always opportunities to recycle site work materials. Green home building projects require a percentage of resources from the land to be used in the home’s construction. Boulders may be used to build leveling walls or fieldstone re-purposed into a retaining wall off a foundation corner. All available organic material can be screened for topsoil. Green building practices also mandate locally sourced materials to discourage the use of fossil fuels in shipping. Most green home building projects source their materials within a 500 mile radius.
Whether it’s a custom home building project or residential development, Rye Beach Landscaping brings value to the table from start to finish. From working with surveyors to building to the blueprint to installing the landscape greenery, our experienced staff will bring peace of mind to your building project.