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The lot should be graded so that water will run away from the house and toward the street.
Setting the proper grade and drainage is vital to prevent water damage to your yard and home. Our grading equipment and laser technology help achieve the proper grade.


We guarantee proper drainage on our finish grade, taking extra care to make sure that all our grades are correct and up to city code. When a finish grade is not shaped properly, serious drainage problems can occur. Improper drainage can cause flooding in road ditches, standing water in your yard and destroying the turf. Around a foundation, it can cause water to seep into the house. We can correct drainage on already established yards and new construction sites.



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The rough grade is the base and first step in all grading projects. Our grading equipment and laser technology help achieve proper shaping on all projects both commercial and residential.

At Clark Grading we have the experience to achieve the results you need and desire.


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PAD Certification & Slope Repair

When a "pad" is graded for use as a building site, most counties/cities usually require the owner or contractor to obtain "pad certification," which must include a statement that the pad is "suitable for the intended use."


It is our intention that the following steps must be completed before a building pad can be certified:


A soils investigation must be performed by a soils engineer, a preliminary soils report, with recommendations for grading and for foundation design, must be submitted to the city/county. This must be done before any grading is performed and is typically required before a permit can be issued.


A soils engineer must observe the grading operation and must test soils during and at the conclusion of the grading process (and during footing excavation if deemed necessary by the soils engineer).


An interim or final report, signed by a licensed soils engineer, must be submitted to the County in order for the footing inspection to be approved. The report must state that a soils investigation was completed, that the grading was observed and tests were performed by the soils engineer and that the recommendations contained in the preliminary soils report were followed. The report must also conclude that, to the best of the soils engineer's knowledge, based on all of the proceeding, the pad is suitable for its intended use (i.e. to support a building).


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Preventing or controlling wind or water erosion in agriculture, land development and construction. This sometimes involves the creation of a physical barrier, such as vegetation, rock, or sandbags, to absorb some of the energy of the wind or water that is causing the erosion. Effective erosion controls are important techniques in preventing water pollution and soil loss. Erosion control may arise in natural areas, agricultural settings or urban environments, the latter of which is often characterized as storm water runoff driven. On construction sites they are often implemented in conjunction with sediment controls such as sediment basins and silt fences.


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The fire season can be extremely dangerous and your Fire Department is extremely concerned about the tall dry grass, weeds, brush growth and/or combustible debris which may be on your property on either flatland or hillside areas.

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Clark Grading Water TruckClark Grading provides saturation and dust control with well maintained water trucks at any given time.


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