When water pools close to your house’s foundation, there can be seepage into your home. Improper drainage is not just unsightly; it can be very damaging to your property.
Proper drainage is key to keeping a property clean, safe, and accessible. Standing water can cause erosion runoff, plants to suffocate, weeds and disease to appear, and even create cracks in your foundation.
There are many things to consider when correcting a drainage problem, and professional help is a good idea. Trust our trained professionals to correct any drainage or water flow issues your property may have.
Too many homeowners wait until they already have a major problem on their hands before hiring a professional. Here are just a few warning signs you may already have a drainage issue:
Correcting landscape drainage issues depends on the severity of the issue. The solution might be as simple as adding soil to a low area or constructing a surface swale that runs downhill.
In more serious cases, you may need a French drain to eliminate standing water. Installed systems include a trench lined with gravel. A buried drainage pipe covered with gravel provides an effective conduit for removing excess water.