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Professional Land Grading Services in Frederick County

Land Grading Frederick CountyWhen beginning a construction project in Frederick County, whether it is building a home, building a shed, or paving a driveway, it is important to start with a nice, level base. Unfortunately, the Earth is almost never level. More often than not, the ground you are working with is as far from level as you could imagine. So before you even start construction, you must first grade the land.

“It is not the beauty of a building you should look at; it’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time.”David Allan Coe

What is Land Grading?

Grading involves excavating the earth and reshaping the land to ensure a level base. Grading can also be used to achieve a specific slope, which can be especially important for drainage. Land grading provides more suitable topography for buildings, facilities, and other land uses. This process often involves the use of heavy machinery, such as bulldozers and excavators or, in the case of smaller grading projects, skid loaders.

“You can’t build a great building on a weak foundation. You must have a solid foundation if you’re going to have a strong superstructure.”Gordon B. Hinckley

Professional Land Grading Services in Frederick County

Albaugh & Sons offers professional land grading services at affordable prices throughout Frederick County, Maryland. The machines we use are well maintained and operated by experienced personnel. Whether you need a lot cleared, stumps removed, or grading completed, the skilled professionals at Albaugh & Sons can handle the job.

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If you have any questions about Professional Land Grading, please contact Albaugh & Sons at 301-964-9379 or fill out the contact form found on our website. We are based in Frederick, Maryland and service all of Frederick County and parts of Washington and Carroll counties.

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