Poor drainage causes obvious problems, such as standing water, foul odor, insects, diseased or dying plants, mud and ruined lawn areas. If water does not flow away from a structure, the foundation can incur serious damage as well. Planning and installing suitable drainage will solve these problems and prevent the site from turning into a maintenance nightmare during storms and rainy seasons.
Surface Drains – We grade land from surrounding areas to an installed drainage grate.
French Drains – is a gravel covered trench that re-directs sub-surface water away from a particular area. Along the bottom there is a perforated pipe to vent water that seeps down through the upper gravel.
Downspout Tie Ins – This connects your rain gutter downspouts to an underground PVC pipe that channels water away from your house and foundation.
Swales – The surface of your yard is reshaped to create a shallow ditch that will direct water away from your home.
Channel Drains – also known as trench drains or strip drains, this drain is long in length and narrow in width. This type of drain is ideal for driveway drains or areas where maximum flow volume is anticipated.
Dry Well – If you cant relocate the downspout, route the water under your walk and out to a dry well buried in your lawn. This perforated, open-bottom plastic barrel, which sits in a hole and is surrounded by stones, captures water coming off your roof, and lets it slowly disperse into the ground. Your walkway will be drier, and your storm drains will be less overloaded.
Dry Creek Beds – this is a man made creek bed, lined with decorative rock, the dry creek bed can be used to channel water and decorative purpose as well.
Clean Rain Gutters – we will remove leaves, debris and unclog down spouts. This is the starting point of your drainage system.
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