Lake Superior Shoreline Erosion Control
We’ll build you a riprap or hydroseeded shoreline that can end the erosion, win you back some land, and make your shoreline beautiful.
As one of the Great Lakes, Lake Superior has many miles of shoreline – no two of which are exactly the same. Some are beach-like, and others are cliff-like. If you’re reading this, you’re probably losing yours to erosion. You love Lake Superior, but you don’t want it to eat your property. Your shoreline may look something like this:
Lakeshore Guys can help. We build the toughest and most-attractive shorelines money can buy. Our shorelines dot Lake Superior in places like Duluth / Park Point / Superior Bay and Port Wing.
If your shoreline isn’t on a steep slope, you may need riprap installed or repaired, as a way to prevent erosion. Our riprap shorelines will end erosion as no others can. (See photos here.) Here’s a Lake Superior Bay shoreline we restored recently:
Here are some videos and more photos that show how that particular shoreline held up in a giant storm in October of 2018.
If your shoreline is a steep slope or cliff, you’ll probably want hydro-seeding. It’s a way to reintroduce grass that can prevent mudslides.
We’ve done steep-slope shoreline-restoration on Lake Superior. Here are some before-and-after photos of a recent one:
Contact Lakeshore Guys today if you’ve got a home or cabin on Lake Superior want to end the erosion.