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Drainage Solutions

Drainage Solutions in Doylestown

Effective Drainage Systems for Residential & Commercial Properties

Poor drainage is more than just a nuisance - it has the potential to cause serious damage to your landscaping and the foundation of your home or commercial building. If you have noticed pooling water, dying grass and trees, evidence of soil erosion, or flooding in your basement or crawl space, it's time to get in touch with a landscape drainage expert now. At Conserva Irrigation of Delaware Valley, we provide long-lasting drainage solutions for all types of residential and commercial properties.

Property Elements that Affect Water Drainage

We consider a number of factors when determining which drainage solution will have the most impact on your property, including:

  • Elevation & Slope
  • Soil Type
  • Rainfall Type & Intensity
  • Soil Depth
  • Crop Growth

Give us a call at (267) 609-3083 for drainage solutions in Doylestown.

Outdoor Drainage Options

One way to address the problem of water drainage on your property is to install a drainage system. There are a number of different types available, and the best option for your property will depend on a number of factors including the aesthetic you’re seeking, the size and layout of your property, the amount of rainfall you receive, and your budget. A drainage solution can be as simple as a series of trenches that channel water away from your home, or it can be a more complex system of pipes and catch basins.

Some common options to choose from include:

  • French Drains: Commonly used to route water away from gardens and foundations, French drains work to prevent too much moisture seepage in your yard. They allow you to redirect water where you’d like it to flow and make for practical yet beautiful hardscaping.

  • Dry Creek Beds: A non-organic landscape feature, dry creek beds mimic natural creeks when there is excess rainwater. These types follow the same direction of water flow rather than redirecting and are sometimes used just for looks.

  • Channel Drains: A more inconspicuous drain option, channel drains are useful for driveways, walkways, pool decks, parking lots, etc. They are a great solution for properties that are negatively sloped and prone to flooding.

  • Downspout Drains: Rather than drainage that’s located further out on your property, downspout drains attach to your gutters to help water flow into the ground without dripping down the side of the structure.

Of course, you can mix and match types of drainage to find the perfect balance of water control. If you’re not sure where to start or which drain would work best for your lawn, give us a call. We’re happy to discuss your situation, answer any questions, and offer advice. Before any work begins, we start with a complimentary consultation. This helps our professionals to get a better understanding of the nuances of your landscaping.

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