How Dredging Can Help Your Property’s Water

Enjoying the Water on Your Land

Owning a piece of land is a big responsibility. From demolishing old, unwanted structures to clearing an area of brush and debris, your list of to-do’s can quickly become a mile long! In the end, though, it will all be worth it when you’re left with a property you can be proud of and enjoy.

It may surprise landowners to know that the water on your property requires care and attention just as much as trees and brush. Water opens up the opportunity to do more with your land like fish, boat, swim, or simply sit and enjoy the view over the glassy surface.

But if your property’s water looks more like a muddy puddle than a glassy surface, you have some work ahead of you. But not to worry, that is where Supreme Enterprises LLC’s dredging services come in.

What is Dredging?

Over the years, your lake or pond is likely to have developed a build-up of sediment on the banks, bottom, and sides of the body of water. Dredging is the process of removing that sediment, as well as other debris and pollutants from the water, leaving cleaner, deeper lakes and ponds.

The Benefits of Dredging

The removal of sediment and the enlarging of your lake or pond has a variety of benefits. First, the lack of excess sediment as well as any lingering trash, pollutants, and debris, will improve the look of your water, making it a more appealing addition to your property. The water may even be clean and clear enough for the occasional swim!

With little to no pollutants, your pond or lake’s ecosystem will begin to thrive. Dredging allows more space for fish and plants and improves the oxygen levels in the water.

A wider, deeper lake will also allow more room for your dock and boats, keeping them from getting stuck or damaged. Our goal is to keep your dock in the water year-round by extending the depth and width of your water.

How Does It Work?

When you give Supreme Enterprises LLC a call to discuss your dredging needs, our team will walk you through the entire process. We offer free estimates and a 100% satisfaction guarantee to ensure your property is well taken care of.

During your dredging service, one of our experts lowers a boom that holds both a rotating cutter, and a submersible pump. The rotating cutter loosens up settled sediment and debris and the submersible pump transports the sediment out of the water for final processing.

The safety of our waterways is extremely important and dredging is a highly regulated process. This is why our team is expertly trained and uses only the most advanced tools and technology for your projects.

How Do I Know My Pond Needs to be Dredged?

If you’re wondering whether or not your lake or pond would benefit from a dredging, look for the following signs:

  • Shallow water
  • Shrinking of pond/lake
  • Lack of fish
  • Bad odors
  • An excessive amount of algae

If you’re still not sure if you’re in need of a dredging service, give the experts at Supreme Enterprises LLC a call to come take a look!

Dredging in Paducah, KY

If you’re ready to turn that murky pond on your property into a body of water you can be truly proud of and enjoy, call Supreme Enterprises LLC today at ! Our team is here with free estimates and expert advice to begin improving your land through dredging, land clearing, demolition, excavation, and more!

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