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  • When it rains, you can expect the water to drain properly around your home and throughout your yard. But what if it doesn't?

    Then we suggest you look through the infographic below for yard drainage solutions. It will protect your home foundation and yard from drainage issues.

Keeping your yard dry


  • Unless you live on an elevated hill top or enclave, your yard may experience drainage problems – especially for those neighborhood homes that are elevated down from other homes further up the street or hill. Your property likely gets the rain runoff that flows into your back yard or surrounding property.
  • This can become a complex problem for developed neighborhoods. When trees and other forest rooted plants are removed for home construction and manicured lawns. Rainfall has no place to be absorbed – so it flows easily down to lower elevations that may create a soggy mess within property lines.
  • This is also true for rain fall that drains from your roof. That is why we have gutter systems to keep the rain from puddling near the home foundation to avoid foundation damage and shifting.
  • The rain collected from the gutters flow down the gutter spout and then what? Do you have a drainage system to channel that water away from your home and yard. Better yet, can you collect that rain water for future use?
  • These drainage issues and questions are all important. The goal is to protect your home foundation from water damage and to prevent water drainage issues that can destroy your lawn and leave you with a soggy mess that becomes a breeding ground for mosquitoes and other insects.
  • With a little planning and investment, you can create a drain management system where rainwater is collected and channeled to avoid runoff problems and to protect your home. View the infographic below for more drain management solutions.
    How to Achieve Better Yard Drainage

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