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Complete Lot Set-up, Cleaning Lots, Bush Hogging, Septic System, Water & Sewer Lines, Driveways, Roads, Excavations, Demolitions, Seawalls, Rockwall's and Patios, Retaining Walls, Fine Grading, Cement Slabs, Landscaping Gravel Products & Loam and more ...
With years of experience, our employees have the capabilities and expertise to meet your needs. At Stone's Earthwork, we combine our insights and skills to transform your thoughts and ideas and turn them into your dreams. Your satisfaction is our priority.
Commerical: Snow Plowing, Snow Removal, Salting & Sanding
Residential: Salting & Sanding
Looking to keep your lot looking good through the storms? Need help shoveling off your sidewalks? Let us help you. Anyone can grab a shovel and put a plow on their truck but not anybody can be reliable and trustworthy. Not anyone can be worried about the customer's wants and meet their needs to their satisfaction. Our employees are focused on the customer and their satisfaction.
Make Your Place and/or Business Looking Good
We examine what organizations are doing to stay relevant and competitive in this fast-paced world, and which ones are doing it best. We then strategize to see how we can best satisfy the customers and how our services can help you.
This Certification Course covers shoreland Best Management Practices, including techniques for erosion control, stormwater management, bioengineering and wildlife habitat protection. Lakeshore owners often rely on professional contractors, landscapers, engineers or other site workers to advice and help them manage their property. The course teaches contractors both the science for using BMPs and the science of how they work to protect the lake while remaining attractive and appealing to homeowners.
Septic System Installer Certified
Septic system installation certification is required by the state of Maine for professionals to install or repair septic systems. This includes minimum site conditions for septic tank installation, construction criteria, appropriate connections and venting, discharge of waste and safety considerations. This certification also covers state laws on the subject, including enforcement provisions such as penalties for installing septic systems without a license.
Erosion Control Certified
For most earthwork contractors and inspectors, Maine DEP Certification in Erosion Control Practices is a voluntary certification in which individuals can demonstrate their commitment to protecting our natural resources through the use of proper erosion and sedimentation control practices. However, Maine law does require that any “contractor” working in the municipal Shoreland Zone must ensure an individual certified in Erosion and Sedimentation Control Practices (ESC) by Maine DEP is present on the site during all phases of soil disturbance, and is responsible for the installation and maintenance of any Best Management Practices (BMPs).