Pond Digging in the Houston Area
We design and dig retention ponds, detention ponds, fishing ponds, back yard ponds, etc. You name it, we can dig it. We don’t mind the dirty work – we’re the pond digging and land clearing specialists!
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Are you a homeowner with a perfect spot for a little fish pond in your back yard? Are you preparing to build a strip center and need a detention pond? Are you planning a neighborhood subdivision and want to put in a retention pond? We can do each of these jobs and anything in between. From small fish ponds to massive retention ponds, no job is too big or too small.
Ponds are a perfect way to beautify your property. Small backyard koi ponds are easy to manage and add a new level of serenity to a suburban back yard. We can help to design and dig your pond, from obtaining permits and HOA approvals to project completion.
For larger plots of land, you may be looking for a fishing pond or small lake for you and your children or grandchildren. We can excavate a pond for you that’s the perfect size for your property. We even dig ponds that serve as livestock watering holes.
No matter what kind of pond digging you are looking for, we will work with you to make sure it’s perfect!
Retention Ponds and Detention Ponds
For commercial construction or subdivision development, retention or detention ponds are a necessity. Even a small strip center will require a small detention pond to accumulate stormwater runoff, particularly within city limits. Entire building projects can be put on hold if inspectors are not satisfied with the construction of your pond. Make sure you get it right. Call Texas Landworks & Contracting to make sure it’s done right the first time.
Large subdivisions often have detention ponds that can double as a lake (if there’s been enough rain). Retention ponds are designed to retain a certain amount of water, while allowing for additional stormwater runoff from the neighborhood. Retention ponds can be a beautiful addition to a neighborhood subdivision. Call us to discuss developing a retention pond for your upcoming developments.