Geofabric is utilised in a range of applications including soil separation, stabilisation, and drainage. It’s commonly used in road construction, landfill sites, and coastal defences.
The durability of the geofabric depends on the specific material used, but it's designed for long-lasting application and to withstand harsh environmental conditions.
Absolutely, the geofabrics we use are in compliance with environmental regulations, often contributing positively by preventing soil erosion and improving water quality.
The installation timeline varies depending on the project’s scale and complexity. We provide a detailed project timeline following an initial assessment.
Yes, we offer a range of maintenance services to ensure the continued efficacy of your geofabric installations.