How to Grow Grass Over a French Drain
A soggy yard, standing water, or poor storm water drainage can prevent you from getting the landscape you want and enhancing the beauty of your exterior. Fortunately, a French drain may be the right solution to your problems. A French drain helps to direct ground and surface water away from over-saturated areas towards a lower point where it won’t cause any damage. Read More
Are French Drains Suited To Cold Climates?
Flooding is a very common and rightfully dreaded occurrence that homeowners will be keen to avoid. Flooding can cause extensive damage and not only require expensive repairs, but it can also damage or destroy important and sentimental items. Because of this, it is extremely important to find ways of avoiding floods and their subsequent damage. Read More
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What Is A French Drain?
A French drain goes by many different names. It is also called a rubble drain, rock drain, land drain or subsoil drain, to name only a few. You have may heard of a French drain before, but what exactly is it? What is it used for? Could your home benefit from one? Why You Might Need a French Drain: Ultimately, a French drain facilitates proper drainage in your home, ensuring that it stays dry. If your home experiences a lot of rain, you may need a French drain. Read More
French Drains: The Perfect Solution To Yard Drainage
Proper drainage is essential to ensuring that you don’t experience water damage either inside your home or out. If water collects somewhere on your property, it could seep into your basement and cause a variety of problems, including mold growth or rot. Without proper drainage, you might also experience an overflow of water in your yard, leaving it soggy and unattractive. If you are experiencing either a wet lawn or a wet basement, French drains are a very simple and effective way to resolve the problem. Read More