Professional Landscaping Drainage
Published on Nov. 25 2015
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Having in place the right residential drainage is essential not only for the health of the lawn, plants and trees, but also for the main residence. An effective drainage system is highly effective at protecting the foundation of property, which can stop the onset of swelling, shrinkage, or cracking. If planned correctly by a professional drainage company, any water will flow away from the lawn and vegetation to make sure that standing water isn't a problem. It left unattended, the standing water has the potential to cause a buildup of mosquitoes, a potential slippery surface, or a generally water-soaked landscape.
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A well thought out drainage system for a backyard area is designed in such a way that it is able to create proper grading, which will mean that the excess rainwater will always clear the main structures on the property. It is also vital to consider the neighboring properties and to make sure that the water isn't directed in that direction.
In the planning stage, the professional drainage contractor might also need to consider other matters that relate to natural low areas, poorly positioned downspouts, and recently constructed extensions, which might have changed the direction that the water initially flowed. If the drainage expert is able to establish the reason for the backlog of water then this can often go a long way to eliminating the problem and putting in place the right drainage system.
Plans if you are planning on installing a well planned drainage system in the backyard, it often benefits to call on the services of a professional who is able to inspect your landscape drainage problems and determine the best course of action to take. In devising the plans, it will be necessary to consider the overall drainage area in relation to the soil porosity, the gradient of the surfaces, the available run-off areas, and the space between the existing drainage areas, such as the lawn, deck and roof area. A drainage expert will be fully capable of identifying the different problem areas and suggesting the necessary fixtures and pipe systems that might be installed to create a high-quality landscape drainage area.
Just as the artist needs the right kind of paper to create his masterpiece on, the landscaper needs the right groundwork for building a successful landscape. Unlike the artist, however, the landscaper doesn't have the luxury of trotting down to the local arts and crafts supply store to buy the perfectly graded plot for building his landscape on. We have to work with what we have. That does not mean, though, that we have to settle for what we have.
Improper drainage can doom a landscaping project before it ever begins. Fortunately, drainage issues can be corrected in most cases. Evaluating the lay of the land so that you can identify and correct drainage problems before undertaking further landscaping projects can save you a lot of time, money and heartbreak later. Remember, it's always easier to address these issues before you get started with your landscaping than to try to go back after the fact and correct something that you missed.
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