Whether you’re dealing with soggy spots on your property, increased flooding, or pools of water, you’ve come to the right place. These are signs that disaster is just around the corner.
Often ignored any type of flooding caused by irrigation should be inspected and fixed by a team of professional irrigation experts.
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Catch Basin: are an important component in most drainage systems. The catch basin
draws in surface water and allows it to flow through the drainage system. Catch basins are also equipped
with an area to collect debris, thus preventing clogged drainage pipes. Their wide sloping inlet
can ensure that water can be diverted away from the problem areas and into the drainage systems.
Channel Drain: By using a channel drain instead of strategically-placed point drains, you can reduce
or eliminate standing water and heavy run-off. As we all know, Texas weather can change from
moment to moment, as it could be completely clear with bright sunshine, then a torrential
thunderstorm the very same afternoon. All that rainfall has to go somewhere. If you do not have drainage,
it sits on your lawn, destroying your plants, trees, and grass.
French Drain: is excellent at collecting and channeling water, diverting it safely away from
your home or yard. If you have any slope in your landscape, you can be sure that water runoff will
flow downhill, and by the quickest route possible. If your yard is flat and there is nowhere for water to run,
then without proper drainage you will face constant standing water especially if the underlying soil is clay
Sump Pumps: contain a sump basin which collects water around the foundation or in the basement
of a home. Using either electricity or a pressurized water supply, it then sends the water away
from the house by pumping it into a dry well or municipal storm drain.
Subsurface: A perforated conduit such as a pipe, tubing, or tile installed beneath the ground to intercept,
collect, and convey excess ground water to a suitable stable outlet.
Connecting Gutter Down Spout to Drain System
Drain Hydro-Jet Cleaning
Drain hydro-jet cleaning is the use of a high-pressured hose using a special nozzle, to blast water through your drainage in order to clear away clogs.