Drainage

When you have dense soils which absorb a lot of moisture when it rains, such as clay varieties, or when you have an improperly graded terrain on your residential or commercial property, it will be important for you to have the right kind of landscaping drain installed. Without the right kind of system in place, water will build up in your existing landscaping, in giant puddles in low-lying areas, or it may accumulate next to your exterior walls and eventually make its way into your basement or crawl space environment. It can also be very dangerous to have standing water on your lawn or parking lot as this attracts unwanted pests, including mosquitoes.

Warning Signs of a Problem

  • Noticeable erosion can be seen throughout your lawn
  • Low-lying areas are soggy or have water puddles in them most of the time
  • Landscaped areas have soils that are too wet to promote healthy plant growth
  • Water can be seen building up next to the foundation walls

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Dry Creek Bed

These are decorative heavy rocks that have a natural "creek" layout with bends and curves. They help to channel water to different areas of your residential or commercial property. Read more.

French Drains

Often times, these are called agricultural, rock, or sub-surface drains. They are installed in low-lying areas and consist of a perforated drain and gravel to keep it in place. Read more.

Channel Drains

These are installed where there is rapid movement of water on the lawn, or in areas where there are hardscapes that aren't able to properly channel water away. Read more.

Grading

The terrain of your lawn could be causing serious problems. Re-grading may be necessary to eliminate the problem and prevent moisture build-up. Read more.