Land leveling (also called yard leveling, ground leveling or lawn leveling) refers to the process of smoothing the surface of your lawn. Yard grading (also called land grading or lawn grading) alters the surface of your lawn so it slopes away from your home or other structures.
What do you mean by grading?
Definition of 'grading'
1. the act of classifying something on a scale by quality, rank, size, or progression, etc.
Is grading the same as excavation?
Once a site is clear and obstacles excavated, contracts will grade the site to prepare for installing a new surface. Land grading is the process of leveling the site or land for construction. It is a separate process from site excavation because rather than moving the earth, you are shaping it to level it out.
What does grading mean for land?
Land grading is a leveling of the surface. Dirt from higher up is moved into the lower lying areas to create a nice level surface to serve as the foundation for your project. Sometimes land grading may require you to move in additional dirt from somewhere else to complete the job.
What does grading a driveway do?
Driveway grading properly will help with driveway drainage and stop water pooling from happening.
What is a fine grade?
Fine grades are given to provide additional information to students and their families about where additional work or support is needed. Fine grades are only used on current predicted performance grades (CPPs) and not on minimum target grades (MTGs).