Losing Your Wisconsin Lake Shoreline? Riprap to the Rescue!
If you’re losing your Wisconsin lakefront property to erosion, you need a riprap shoreline that’s even tougher than the elements. Only a riprap shoreline – a carefully engineered barrier of stone supported by tough aquatic filter-fabric – can end erosion and stand the test of time.
Lakeshore Guys are the makers of the toughest riprap shorelines made. We’re based just across the Mighty Mississippi, in the Twin Cities area. Lakefront property owners throughout the Midwest are drawn to the quality of our work, and are sick of tall promises but shoddy work from local landscapers, who don’t have the experience or expertise to build the kind of riprap shoreline that only needs to be built once.
Our riprap shorelines are the toughest built, for no fewer than 15 reasons. Like Wisconsin itself, a Lakeshore Guys riprap shoreline is both rugged and beautiful. To stop the erosion and start enjoying your shoreline again, contact Lakeshore Guys today.
“We had tremendous ice damage to our previously rip rapped shoreline winter 2017-18. A huge maple tree which was 50 plus years old was nearly toppled and the old rip rap was pushed several feet into our bank….The job was extensive, and expensive, but after getting other bids which didn’t itemize what would be done, and looking to preserve our shoreline for a long time we signed on. We reasoned that it was better to do the job right in the long haul and not be faced with the same situation in the short haul. We feel it was the right choice. Joe initially estimated 2 to 3 weeks to do the job but sent two full crews with equipment and finished in 7 working days (mostly 10-12 hour days). It was an amazing process to watch! Thanks to Mike and Ron the foremen and the entire hardworking crew. They were professional and patient with explanations of the reason for a couple of modifications they suggested as the job progressed (for example a muskrat wire barrier under the riprap when they noticed the number of muskrats moving along our shore, and there are LOTS of them in our Mississipi River lake)….Bottom line a BIG project which was beautifully accomplished. Cheap, no, worth it absolutely!!”
Bill and Sue Carskadon, Onalaska WI
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