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Click this web link for additional information regarding landscaping, constructing repair works and also new house construction. One of the largest problems with landscaping building planters is that moisture from the soil can produce troubles for the building structure as well as wood framing. Simply by lowering the soil level, you could reduce or eliminate feasible damages to your home.

2 responses to “Lowering Soil Level in Planters Can Reduce or Eliminate Building Damage/feed//feed//feed//feed//feed//feed/”

  1. Thomas Andrew says:

    Upon moving into our ranch home in 2013, the first thing i did was remove all the raised planters that surrounded the foundation and replaced it with grade level gravel.

  2. gregvancom says:

    I would’ve probably done the same thing.

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