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Drainage Solutions

Lawn drainage is a problem that homeowners can face in Texas. Due to land grading, soil composition, and other relevant factors, drainage systems are often needed to keep lawns and landscaping from becoming over-saturated or flooded. Where poor drainage is a problem, we at Planet Green TX can resolve the issue with the right drainage system plan to move water away from homes and yards, so flooding becomes less of a problem. Various methods can do this, so knowing which one is best for a particular lawn or landscaping section requires experienced drainage system services.

Water is important to live for plants and all living creatures, but it can be very invasive when it flows. When residential home experiences drainage issues, water can be a nuisance and actually cause a lot of damage. Different drainage problems, including pooling, pudding, saturated soil, and even undirected downstream water, can destroy landscaping and turn the backyard into a swamp. It creates problems with moisture and mold and can damage the home. A reliable company like us at Planet Green TX should install a quality drainage system, or the homeowner would have to deal with worsening problems.

When it comes to top-notch drainage solutions, Planet Green TX has become a household name you can trust. The last thing any homeowner has to do is deal with water damage. This is why our drainage solutions are designed to keep your property safe. Call us today!

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Drainage Solutions
Spring Drainage Solutions
Spring Drainage Solutions

Spring Drainage Solutions

Not every drainage solution will work for every situation. There are several successful ways that water can be diverted away from homes and properties. With experienced drainage system services like us at Planet Green TX, drainage problems can be eliminated or controlled.

French Drain – This is a common drainage system, consisting of trenches that hold perforated pipes, filled with gravel, and buried. Water flows into the ground through the gravel and into the pipes that divert it elsewhere, usually to public sewers. It is the type of drainage system most commonly used in residential applications.

Dry Well – Similar to the French drain, the main difference is that instead of being diverted to a sewer, water is diverted to an underground well where it can be dispersed back into the soil.

Corrugated tubes – These over ground or buried tubes are used to direct downstream water away from buildings. Usually, when using the tubing, the diversion is to a landscaped area that requires frequent watering or some other place where excess water is not harmful.

Grassy Swale – It involves building a slight hill or slope that diverts water from one side to roll down the other and disperse in more absorbent soil or build a bog area for collection.

Planned Bog – This system is used in conjunction with some of the other methods above to divert water from buildings and pools in a specific area planted with water-loving species. It’s another environmentally friendly way to deal with poor drainage.

The correct approach to drainage must be considered for each circumstance since many factors determine which drainage system is best suited to each property. What works and is permitted in one area may not work or be allowed in another. We can work with you to diagnose your home or property’s situation and install the best drainage solution for you. Call us today! More on Drainage Installation

Drainage Solution Spring

If you’re like many homeowners in Spring, you’re probably a little wary of someone coming in and installing a yard drainage system. Usually, it’s because you’re worried that the runoff will ruin the look that you’ve been working so hard to achieve.

For this purpose, we make it an effort to customize our drainage solutions to match your existing property layout. This could add everything from the cut of your stone to the type of rock you’re using in your yard.

Here’s what could happen if you don’t solve the drainage problem in your Spring, TX, home or property:

  • Your foundation could crack
  • Your basement walls could buckle
  • Mold and mildew could enter your home
  • You could develop a pest problem.

And the list goes on.

If you’re struggling with puddles that just won’t go away or the water that sits against your house’s foundation, you can rely on Planet Green TX to come to the rescue.

Call us today for a free quote!

Drainage Solution Spring
Drainage Solution Spring
Drainage Solution Near Me
Drainage Solution Near Me

Drainage Solution Near Me

We at Planet Green TX can provide a wide range of drainage solutions for home and property owners in Spring, TX. We have been servicing the area for years, and there’s no job too big or too small for us to handle.

If you have problems with excess water pooling around your property, we offer solutions to improve your water drainage problem. Our team can install a French subsurface drainage system and/or a directional drainage system.

Suppose there is a problem with flooding or excessive water. In that case, we can install a ribbed catch basin and pipe with a ribbed core to allow for faster drainage of the water.

Do you have floods or excessive water in your home, business, or basement?

We can fix that by installing underground drain pipes for your downstream drains, and subsurface drains, French drains, and directional drains, or by catching water from the base of your home. This will protect your house and landscaping from the problems of erosion and foundation, mold, algae and fungi, termites, and mosquitoes. Our team is very trained and ready to help you stabilize your home’s foundation and stop erosion while enhancing your property’s appearance and value. Call us today!

Planet Green TX

802 Appomattox Dr, Spring, TX 77380

(281) 960-4994

LICENSE# 0015631

Note: You must be licensed to install, test or repair a backflow prevention device or cut into a mainline

Irrigation in Texas is regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, (TCEQ) (MC-178),

P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087. TCEQ’s web site is www.tceq.state.tx.us

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