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Water. It is the one thing that most people don’t think about when they are trying to protect their property from erosion, but it’s actually a huge factor in the process. As water flows past your home, it will cause erosion over time and eventually eat away at any soil or concrete that might be there. This can lead to significant structural damage for anyone who owns land near a river or stream! We’ll discuss how you can reduce this risk by understanding the role of water in erosion and what to do about it on your property. In order to understand erosion and what it does, you need to know a little bit about the Devil’s Cubic Yard. The Devil’s Cubic Yard is a measurement of water that comes from both rainfall and runoff over 16 hours. This number can be calculated by multiplying the average rainfall in inches for your area per year with how many days there are in an inch (36). In general, if this amount exceeds 100 cubic yards for two consecutive months or more than 200 cubic yards at any time during the year then heavy damage can occur because too much water has been allowed through onto land near rivers or streams. It is important to take steps to manage this risk as soon as possible before structural damage occurs on your property! Contacting

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