Landscape Drainage Systems

Don't underestimate the need for drainage

Get it fixed before it becomes a problem

Rain
  • Retaining Walls

  • Low Grade Areas in Yard or Landscape

  • Road or Walkways

  • Gutter Drainage

Where could you use a drainage system?

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Saturated grounds can lead to severe damage to the integrity of your foundation, this can lead to water finding it's way into your basement. Sitting water also attracts a number of insects and molds that will negatively impact your landscape and yard.

Surface Drainage System

This system works on the removal of water from the surface level.

 

Land grading, shallow ditches and dry creeks (as shown to right) work to collect water and spill out to a specific location, sometimes even leading to a sub-surface system.

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Sub-Surface Drainage System

This system works on removing excess water retention in the soil.

Underground water collections are composed with a number of materials including pipes, gravel, and Geo-Textile Fabric.

These materials work together to filter, collect and direct water to a specific location.

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French Drain
French Drain

Trench filled with gravel or rock containing perforated pipe to redirect water

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Gutter Drainage
Gutter Drainage

Direct Gutter Downspout water to specific areas away from your foundation

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Culverts
Culverts

Bypass water under a walkway or roadway to avoid flooding

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Retaining Wall Drainage
Retaining Wall Drainage

Direct water retention away from A wall to avoid collapse

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Dry Creek
Dry Creek

Redirect water saturation with A fresh look

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Sand Pit Drainage
Sand Pit Drainage

Golf course sand pit drainage to avoid pooling

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