If you own waterfront land on a lake or river in Minnesota, you need to consider Rip Rap to protect your property, your significant investment from shoreline erosion. Natural Environments Corporation (NEC) uses several different methods to address shoreline erosion in Minnesota, and NEC can resolve virtually any shoreline. One of the most common and most cost effective shoreline erosion control techniques is to install riprap. Properly installed rip rap can enhance the value of your real estate and protect if for generations to come
What is Riprap (Rip Rap)?
Riprap – also known as rip rap – is rock or other material used to protect shorelines, pilings, streambeds, bridge abutments, and other shoreline structures against ice or water erosion. Riprap is made from a variety of rock types, commonly limestone, or granite. Rip rap is used to protect shorelines from erosion by the lakes, river or streams. There are large rocks at the toe of the rip rap wall on the lake bed and a variety of smaller size rocks that make up the rest of the riprap wall going to the top of the shoreline. Riprap is definitely the most effective method of preserving your real estate on lake or river.
A proper rip rap installation will help you not only protect your land, but will help to keep your property’s value. NEC installs ripraps following the current engineering standards. The proper installation is critical to the effectiveness of erosion control and NEC has done many riprap installations in Minnesota for last 30 years and is considered the most trusted Minneapolis riprap specialists.
Rip Rap and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
NEC determines if you need a permit by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), your local watershed, or other local government offices when NEC installs riprap in Minnesota. NEC makes the process of installing rip rap easy.
Riprap Cost in Minnesota
Riprap cost varies depending on each location in Minnesota and the type of material selected. NEC skilled sales representative can help.