Family-Owned Excavating company in Hunterdon county, NJ
Beavers Septic Services is a family-owned business based in High Bridge NJ. We are a reputable excavating contractor that values superior workmanship, attention to detail, and prompt services. With decades of experience and a wide array of heavy-duty equipment available to use, our professional company can get your job done on-time and within budget.
We provide a wide range of excavating services including, but not limited to:
- Residential & Commercial Excavating
- Site Work / Site Clearing / Stump Removal
- Septic Tank Installation & Repair
- Trenching for Utilities, Water & Sewer
- Backhoe Service (Large & Small)
- Rockhound / Landscape Raking
- Drainage Solutions
- Erosion Controls
- Bio-Retention Basins
- Boulder Delivery / Placement
- Stone Driveway Rejuvenation
- Excavating for Foundations & Footings
- Slab / Building Pad Preparation
- Shed Pads
- Storm Water Management / Retention
- Light Demolition / Debris Removal
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Please reach out to us to discuss your project. We are family-owned & operated and take pride in the quality work we perform. We are fully licensed and insured in NJ and have an impressive fleet of state-of-the-art machinery for every size job…big or small. We have established long-term relationships with other related industry professionals including Engineers, Architects, Landscape Designers, and more, so if we can’t answer your question or need, we know the people that can.
Bioretention areas (also referred to as bioretention cells or rain gardens) use soil, plants and microbes to treat stormwater before it is infiltrated or discharged. Bioretention areas are shallow depressions filled with sandy soil, topped with a thick layer of mulch, and planted with dense vegetation.
Stormwater runoff flows into the bioretention area, percolates through the soil (which acts as a filter) and eventually drains into the groundwater; some of the water is also absorbed by the plants. Bioretention areas are usually designed to allow ponded water and with an overflow outlet to prevent flooding during larger storm events. Where soils have low permeability or where faster drainage is desired, designers may incorporate a perforated underdrain that routes to a storm drain system.
Bioretention areas can provide excellent pollutant removal and recharge for the “first flush” of stormwater runoff. Properly designed bioretention areas will remove suspended solids, metals, and nutrients. Distributed around a property, bioretention areas can enhance site aesthetics. In residential developments they are often marketed as property amenities. Routine maintenance is simple and can be handled by homeowners or conventional landscaping companies, with proper direction.
We professionally install and renovate commercial and residential Bioretention Systems.