Tired of Your Yard Flooding and Causing Problems with Your Driveway? Installing a drain in your driveway helps remove that excess water, move it safely away from your home and keep your yard and basement safe.
Cuts Down on Erosion of Your DrivewayRain water and snow piling up on your driveway causes erosion because most driveway materials are semi-permeable, meaning they allow water and moisture to seep in. Rain and snow bring oils, de-icing salts, gasoline residue, and fertilizers. These all work to eat away at the driveway, weakening it and leading to cracks, uneven pavement, and an unhealthy situation in your yard. All of those contaminants spill over into your lawn, garden, and basement.
Keeps Your Yard from FloodingToo much water floods your yard. Your lawn can be overwhelmed by water, killing the grass, your trees, flowers, shrubs, and can cause a bad situation with your basement (more on that later). Installing a drain in your driveway helps remove that excess water, move it safely away from your home and keep your yard and basement safe
Protects Your FoundationWhenever your yard floods, that water causes the ground around your home to expand. This puts pressure on your basement and foundation walls. The pressure leads to cracks which leads to leaks and flooding (and dangerous mold growth)