When choosing a cottage or waterfront property it is important to consider the type of shoreline you want. With that said, it is not always possible to find the perfect cottage and shoreline which is why many owners are renovating their waterfront to create the perfect family getaway or new home. This article dives in and shares what you need to know when you are looking to change your shoreline.
• Permit 101 Before any work is done to your shoreline area, you always need to start by checking with your local conservation authority to see if a permit is required.
• In areas that require a MNR permit for dredging or shoreline work, it can take as long as one to two years to complete.
• Fisher Excavating & Grading is currently booking for summer 2017 and into the winter of 2018 for many of their shoreline restoration and dredging projects.