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Drainage Terms You Should Know

Many homeowners purchase property without knowing they have drainage problems. Basements and yards can slowly fill with water when a house is not provided with proper drain systems. Repairing the underlying problem often requires the help of a contractor. Below are some terms associated with such plumbing issues.

  • French Drains – A trench with a drain pipe and filled with gravel. This is a common solution for houses that are on a downward slope.
  • Site Grading – A process in which the land of a property is even out, by either adding or taking away soil. By filling valleys, removing hills, and making the terrain one level, you can reduce drainage problems dramatically.
  • Septic Tank – Part of a sewage system designed for houses that are not connected the pipes provided by the local government. These tanks do require regular maintenance to remain efficient. By ignoring your septic system, you run the risk of your yard being flooded by the material it contains.
  • Geotextile – A type of material used in trenches. It filters the ground water that runs into the trench, capturing the soil while allowing the water to pass on to the pipe below.
  • Enzymatic Drain Cleaners – Keeping your pipes clean and clear can help you avoid serious plumbing problems. Many householders do this through the use of bacteria, which eats hair, food remnants, and other organic waste. This is one of the few things homeowners can do without the help of a contractor.
  • Culvert – A type of pipe used to keep water from pooling on roads and railways. Commonly made of steel or concrete, these devices must be inspected on a regular basis because they can deteriorate over time.
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    S & S Pumping Service LLC
    351 Grant St, Blair, NE 68008
    (402) 426-4671
    Seeds of Life
    12400 Holdrege St, Lincoln, NE 68527
    (402) 489-8315
    Allen Drainage (Mark Allen)
    2015 P Ave, Stanton, IA 51573
    (712) 829-2341
    Gay Clayton Construction
    1928 Us Highway 71, Villisca, IA 50864
    (712) 826-8453
    Boeck Bulldozer Excavating Construction Tiling
    Manilla, IA 51454
    (712) 654-5682
    Bagshaw Tiling
    309 Spruce St, Massena, IA 50853
    (712) 779-3433
    Boulder Works Landscaping
    2200 W Martell Rd, Martell, NE 68404
    (402) 499-5866
    Plowman & Stanley Trenching
    109 2nd St, Adair, IA 50002
    (641) 742-5246
    Cummins Construction Co
    1650 Highway 92, Fontanelle, IA 50846
    (641) 745-4181
    Schuelke Tiling Inc
    2449 Tennessee Ave, Bedford, IA 50833
    (712) 523-3119
    Anthofer Construction
    27506 320th St, Coon Rapids, IA 50058
    (712) 684-5406
    Norvan Brown Farm Tile Drainage
    2488 Tulip Ave, Lenox, IA 50851
    (641) 333-4462
    Magnum Trenching Services Inc
    2488 Tulip Ave, Lenox, IA 50851
    (641) 333-2773
    Gage County Demolition Waste Inc
    2450 S 6th St, Beatrice, NE 68310
    (402) 223-4011
    Quality Farm Drainage
    Sioux City, IA 51111
    (712) 522-2837


    Drainage contractors can provide a variety of services to businesses and homeowners. Some of the contractors choose to work with construction crews to build new neighborhoods that have reliable sewer systems and graded areas to prevent standing water from attracting mosquitoes. Others prefer to work with buildings that have already been constructed but have problems with floods, run-off, and standing water that can damage basements and foundations. Most individuals will contact drainage contractors because they have noticed problems with their houses. Perhaps they have found cracks in their foundations or they noticed that excessive water falling from the roof is ruining their lawns. Homeowners should make sure that they choose drainage contractors who have previous experience working with the types of problems that their homes are experiencing. Just because a professional has lots of experience waterproofing basement floors to prevent swelling floods from entering the house does not necessarily mean that he or she knows have to install underground sewer pipes that will work well with a septic tank. Many of the professionals have experience with preventative methods, so homeowners might want to consider getting an inspection before small events turn into big problems. Eroding land can eventually cause decks and foundations to lose stability. If these structures slip, they can cause significant damage to the house. A professional should be able to inspect the area to determine whether or not the ground is shrinking away from these structures. You can learn more about the drain contractors in your area that provide installation and pipe repair services for commercial buildings, houses, farms, and landscapes by going online.
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