Who We Are
Requirments for obtaining this position are as follows:
The ability to work with hand tools, able to operate light and heavy equipment, capacity to communicate and excel in a team working enviroment, have problem solving skills, ability to perform physical work, and provide excellent customer relations during projects. Must have valid drivers license.
Tip of the month: Cleaning, Sealing, and Rejuvenating - Concrete, pavers, block, coutertops
Natural Stone Firepit
Pavers, Walls, and Landscape
Stormwater pollutants start with rain and end with either a properly managed drainage system or poor to no managing being done by both homeowners and businesses alike. Pollutants during a rain event are caused by runoff over pavements and roofs with oils, trash, and debris entering sewer systems and ending up in our streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes. Communities dedicated to helping our water quality through small and large projects, can greatly reduce the pollutants entering our drinking water sources and ecosystems that are used on a daily basis. So next time you wash your car next to the storm drain, dump oils, or wash your paint brush off in the sink, think about where that goes and do your part in protecting our fresh water sources around Decatur. Give us a call to discuss options on how we can help you help our community improve water quality and manage your rainwater responsibly. Below is a video of our Rainwater Harvest System that we use for all of our outside watering needs.