Drainage Services

Having a myriad of different products and techniques available to our drainage designers, we custom design strategic drainage systems to fit your property and needs.

Our drainage designers strive to provide you with visibly pleasing, permanent solutions to your drainage problems in a cost effective manner. We are familiar with storm water laws and most local municipalities regulations regarding retention ponds and storm water drainage. All of our products are made from commercial grade materials and many have a lifetime warranty.
Our expertise covers far beyond the common residential drainage problems such as flooding, standing water, storm water run-off, and soggy lawns. We also specialize in larger projects such as retention ponds, culverts, and negative grade problems.

Drainage issues are often more than just a potential hazard, they often can be harmful to your landscape as well. Proper drainage is important to your lawn and landscape as is proper irrigation. Standing water near plants or in your lawn can cause lawn disease and root disease in many common plants. Some plants and trees can even be killed by excess standing water.

Drain Tile Systems

Poly corrugated drain tile is the industry standard in relocating, distributing, and collecting water. These flexible poly pipes are durable, and adaptable to most situations. Often used in leach fields, perforated tiles can percolate water back into surround soils, providing re-absorption is the desired goal. These tiles are very flexible in construction and in design, therefore becoming the most used item in drainage solutions.

Gutters & Down Spouts

Down spouts are a necessity for all homes & buildings, but their use can cause large amounts of water to be collected in small areas, usually near the concrete foundations. By connecting down spouts to a drainage system, the water can be relocated to a more suitable area or to and lawn area to be reabsorbed far from the foundation.

Swale & Culvert Installation

A swale is a natural grass area designed to channel water from one area to another, much like a creek or stream, except they're usually dry. A culvert is a similar device, but often used under driveways or along roads. Culverts usually contain a large pipe and inlet or catch basins.

French Drain

Named after and American farmer, a french drain system is a multi-functional system that can drain water away from unwanted collection areas and relocate the water in suitable areas. A french drain can also act as a storage location for water until the water has had time to absorb back into the ground in approved areas. A french drain is usually a gravel filled trench with a perforated pipe in the center. The pipe, pitched at one degree or more, will allow water in and out of it, through the gravel, to be reabsorbed by the surrounding soil. A french drain can also be used as a collection are for other draining systems.


The simplest form of re-directing water is usually done by regrading the topography of the existing land. Using heavy equipment, we can often transform the existing direction of water flow with permanent results. Re-grading is a standard in most drainage solutions and often the best solution where applicable.

Dry Wells

Sometimes there is a need for a collection area for water storage and re-absorption, this is where a dry well can come in handy. Modern dry wells use a poly shell to allow water in quickly and then slowly release it for re-absorption into the surrounding soils. Often used in conjunction with drainage systems, the dry well can play a major role in resolving drainage when other systems are not applicable. Often dry wells can be surrounded with drainage fabric and clean stone, or they can be a stand-alone installation.

Dry Creek Beds

Dry creek beds are an aesthetically pleasing way to control watter run-off and drainage issues in high visibility areas, while adding natural beauty to the landscape. Constructed with a wide variety of materials, dry creek beds can be blended into any type of landscape or design with ease. A dry creek bed can be used as a overflow system or a primary system depending upon your particular conditions.

Sump Pumps & Mechanical Installation

Our systems of last resort are always mechanical devices. We highly recommend the use of natural drainage systems or systems without mechanical parts for long term solutions. Sump pumps and other mechanical devices used as primary devices to relocate water can be problematic. Mechanical devices to relocated water will eventually fail, it's just a matter of how often you use them. Also, electrical devices such as sump pumps use electricity every time they are needed, adding an ongoing maintenance cost to their installation cost.

Driveway Drainage

Flooding driveways can usually be fixed using one of the items listed above, however, sometimes they require special drains in the concrete or asphalt. Channel drains are one method of driveways drainage that can alleviate a flooding driveway. A channel drain cut into the driveway to catch running water or drain standing water usually connects to a drain tile system that drains the water to an acceptable location.
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