Geotextile Fabric for Dirt Roads
Geotextiles: Making Haul Roads Safer & Longer Lasting
Why Geotextile Fabric?
Using geotextile fabric for dirt roads makes the roads safer and longer lasting. After rains, the roads can turn to mud and eventually, erosion will take place. The best type of geotextile to use in this application is a woven, but we also offers a wide variety of non woven geotextiles and coir products for erosion control. Ready to get started or have any questions about geotextiles for dirt roads?
How is Geotextile for Dirt Roads Used?
Geotextiles can be used as a separator or base stabilizer and asphalt could easily be laid. They are permeable, strong, and reduce aggregate.A woven geotextile allows water to flow through gravel to the soil underneath, but prevents rutting and erosion.
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