A waterfront home can be an investment. Neglecting to consider the effects of water on your property could have devastating consequences for the property’s value. Seawalls can be an attractive solution to water erosion. They also, if you live on a coast, can help reduce the damage that storm surges can cause to your property.
Vertical seawalls, as the name suggests, are built vertically against the shore. These seawalls are ideal for areas where large waves can crash over long periods of times. These creatures protect the shore from erosion, but they require regular maintenance and repairs because of the constant beating they receive from the waves.
Curved Seawalls are curved and follow the shore. They have a more curved structure to absorb energy from the crashing waves. Curved sea walls allow waves to break, allowing the energy of the waves to dissipate and be repelled into the sea.
Vinyl seawalls can last for at least 50 years. Vinyl material is resistant to the sun’s heat and energy as well as sea creatures and burrowing organisms. Vinyl material is easy to install, so it won’t crack or break. Vinyl is a cost-effective and efficient material …