A beach renourishment essentially means restoring or strengthening a beach by applying more sand. We use this sand to fill out or extend a piece of beach, thus creating the desired landscape. Beach renourishment on your property can counteract previous erosion or create entirely new beach layouts. A wider and higher beach can provide storm protection for coastal structures, and enhance the beach for recreation
There are multiple pros to getting a beach renourishment, some examples:
It protects ecosystems
Offers protection to shore front properties
The main reason owners and builders perform beach renourishment is to bolster a beach area and protect the land and structures that are on or near the beachfront. For a new construction project in particular, beach renourishment is often necessary to complement other preparatory work, such as land clearing services in the designated building lot.