Are you having trouble with water?
A landscape drainage system will keep your property in good shape.
Connecticut property owners are starting to see a challenge become an increasing problem: managing water flow. We’re seeing more rain and less snow, and that means that you need to have a solid landscape drainage system in place.
Heavy rain and other environmental factors can cause drainage issues on your property. To avoid prolonged damage, a proper drainage plan is critical to the beauty of your outdoor spaces.
Different Methods of Landscape Drainage Include:
Start The Project By
Evaluating Your Drainage Problems
Whether it’s a drainage system, yard grading, or some other method, effective drainage is critical for an enjoyable and usable property. The process starts with evaluating the slope, layout, and topography of your property. Next, we identify areas of standing water in order to determine the best way to safely redirect excess water.
We take a comprehensive approach to landscape drainage design. This ensures that all potential problem areas are addressed. We work closely with you to create a customized drainage plan that fits both your budget and any unique needs you have.
French drains are trenches filled with gravel and a perforated pipe that strategically redirects water in a direction away from your home or landscaping.
Catch basins are underground basins that collect water from drainage systems or grading. The water is then redirected to a location you actually want it to go.
Grading is when you alter the slope of your property. This allows water to travel in a direction that won’t damage your landscaping or your home.
Dry wells are large, underground chambers that collect water so it will slowly seep into the surrounding soil.
Landscape Drainage Maintenance and Repair
After the installation of a landscape drainage system, it’s critical that you keep it properly maintained. Otherwise, it risks getting clogged or having other problems that could lead to further flooding or other issues.
We can help you to inspect it and identify problems, but especially keep an eye out for things such as:
- Standing water
- Slow drainage
- Noticeable clogs
With problems like this, it’s best to address them as early as possible before any other damage occurs.
Give Us A Call Today To Learn More About Our Commercial And Residential Drainage Solutions!
Whether you need landscape drainage maintenance or need a whole system designed from scratch, the experts at Scenic Landscaping & Property Maintenance LLC will provide you only the best in commercial and residential drainage solutions. Give us a call today to get started!