Irrigation and Landscaping service
Drainage and Erosion Control This element of the design is also very important for landscape maintenance and longevity, second only to irrigation. In this area, when it rains it pours. It is important to control runoff from roofs, gutters and raised beds so that the soil and mulch covering the root systems of your plants and trees does not end up in the storm drain or your walkway and driveway. We take care in every design to account for drainage and erosion issues so that we are part of the solution, not part of the problem.
Our drainage system installation services
We may use a several techniques when designing and installing drainage systems around your home and throughout your landscaping. We can offer down spout drainage solutions as well as develop French drains, catch basins and water catchment tanks that can be used during dry periods for landscape irrigation. These drainage systems will direct water away from your home in order to protect the foundation and prevent major problems.
Drainage systems can also address a number of yard problems in order to make your outdoor living space a more enjoyable place. This includes resolving areas where flooding or erosion has become a problem.
With our drainage system installation services, we will integrate both surface drainage systems and below ground drainage systems in order to properly catch and direct rainwater to the correct location. With a complete drainage system designed by our experts, you can eliminate any water problems and address any drainage issues around your property.
- Surface Water Drainage Systems: Surface drainage systems pull excess water from plant beds and any other areas where water tends to collect or pool. These drainage systems then provide a set path above ground where the water should flow. Surface water drainage systems can be used to direct water to a proper drainage creek, storm drain, or underground drainage system.
- Below Ground Drainage Systems: Underground drains help to prevent erosion and prevent water from saturating plants or lawns by pulling water from the saturated ground and directing it to the proper drainage location. One of the most popular below ground drainage systems is a French drain system.