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Pond Digging and Filling



Pond Digging/Filling with Hilley's Construction

Few additions beautify a landscape like a pond. It creates a little piece of paradise on your property. With the possibility of many different types of fish and plant life, a pond brings the calming features of natural serenity to your backyard. Hilley's Construction LLC can dig out your plot to the exact specifications of the design team flawlessly and efficiently. As a company that has been excavating for many years we know how to expertly prepare the site for both the pond and the watershed/drainage area. Sometimes, an improperly built pond does not last very long. It may have drainage problems and the water is continually murky and fish or other aquatic life cannot grow and thrive. In such a situation Hilley's Construction LLC knows how to properly and efficiently drain the water and fill it to quickly become usable land for gardening or any other project you may have in mind.

If you're thinking of having a pond incorporated into your landscape, then here's a brief list of benefits ponds provide:


  • Naturally self sustaining- lawns require watering where ponds are refilled by the rain. Unless you have an exceptional dry spell, your pond will usually not require you to water it.
  • A pond hydrates the surrounding plant life- plants that are located around the general pond area will not require watering as they are being fed from the pond itself.
  • Less mowing is a win/win situation- a pond will take up a part of your property which means you will no longer have to mow that area which is a win for the owner. By spending less time mowing there is less gas and carbon monoxide emissions which is a win for the environment and all of us.


Call Hilley's Construction LLC for more information on all the advantages ponds give our Gordon County clients. If you have a pond project for your property, make sure to contact Hilley's Construction LLC to get your free estimate today.

Pond Digging and Filling



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