How Sheet Erosion Impacts The Ground

In our last article, we discuss how the rain can displace topsoil, leading to erosion.

Today, we’ll be discussing a fairly similar concept known as sheet erosion. This occurs when rainfall is enough to displace an already eroded ground site. This differs from the previous concept, in that the former usually needs a secondary factor like wind to occur.

Read on for our deep dive into the subject, and what it means for your ground’s stability.

If your effort requires the flooring to be stabilized, failing to address these concerns can directly impact its success.

Knowing What To Look For


The most difficult part about addressing sheet erosion is that you often won’t notice it until it’s too late. There are no real distinguishing factors when sheet erosion is occurring. It isn’t until your topsoil is all but gone that you may start to notice that the remaining soil is discolored.

By this point, you can guarantee the erosion has been at it for years. That’s why its best to be proactive; better to plan for the worst and be covered than to hope for the best and fall short. And that’s where RunMat USA comes in.


Working With RunMat

The integrity of your flooring is a major consideration in any case. Whether it be a professional endeavor, enhancements to your home, and so on. In every instance, the answer is to maintain stable ground for productivity, and safety purposes. Here’s where RunMat USA’s solutions offer maximum value to clients.

Looking for more information on how RunMat works? Check out the rest of our website, in which we compare and contrast RunMat USA to other leading ground stabilization methods. You’ll find that it far outweighs the competition, while also giving you the best value for your dollar. Contact us today to learn more!