Georgia Residential Erosion & Drainage Solutions

Erosion Management Services offers many solutions to protect your valuable investment and beautify your property.

We are Georgia's Drainage Solutions Experts

Yard drainage issues around your home and property should be taken seriously, otherwise the results can be prohibitively expensive to repair. We can assist with stabilizing steep slopes and run-off areas with a combination of the following: geotextile fabrics, establishing new vegetation, improving drainage measures, and installing retaining walls.

Another critical factor in residential drainage solutions is water flowing from one yard to another. We can install measures to protect your home from excessive drainage from your neighbors’ yards as well.

We have extensive experience with custom installation of french drains, yard inlets, trench drains, yard basins, drywells, cleanouts of existing drainage systems, catch basins, and roof drainpipes and gutters.

Light Grading
Silt Fence
Earthen Berms
Dirt Loads
Mulch Loads
Pine Straw
Gutter Cleanup

Foundation Drain Replacement
Retaining Walls
Turf Stabilization Matting
Seasonal Planting
Staked Wheat Straw Bales
Complete Drainage Systems
Pressure Washing

We understand that reasonable cost is of the utmost importance to the majority of homeowners. Our project managers will usually be able to give you two cost-effective options for you to choose from. You can choose the option that works the best for you and your family.

What to Expect from Us.

Erosion Control Questions?

Call us today at 770-350-9081 or submit any questions you have and we will respond as soon as we can!

We had several erosion control problems on our development site. Within 24 hrs a EMS crew was at the site installing silt fencing, blowing straw and hydroseeding the entire job-site. They followed up in the following weeks and we have not had any additional erosion issues. Great Company and staff.

George Ortiz

They did an excellent job! Very dependable. We called on a Wednesday. The next day they surveyed the area. By Saturday the erosion issue on the slope was solved!

Jane Madison