Repairing Your Landscape Drainage System

When heavy rain and flooding threaten to destroy your yard, a landscape drainage system can protect your home from water damage. But as time passes, debris can prevent your landscape drainage system from diverting water from your property. A drainage technician from Andy’s Sprinkler, Drainage, and Lighting can inspect your current system and correct any issues that have impacted your yard.

The Most Common Landscape Drainage System Issue

Landscape drainage systems are designed to move water from the surface of your yard into a sewer or septic system. Unfortunately, that water usually contains debris such as leaves, sticks, dirt, or plastics. Debris can easily get trapped in your drainage system and create a blockage that prevents the system from working.

Don’t attempt to solve a landscape drainage problem by yourself. Your drainage system has multiple components, and more often than not they are buried underground. You will need a professional drainage technician to deal with blockages and other complex drainage issues.

What Will A Professional Drainage Technician Do?

If you have a yard drainage problem, a technician from Andy’s Sprinkler, Drainage, and Lighting will inspect your drainage system and assess any damage. They’ll identify where the blockage is and where surface water may be coming from. Your drainage technician will remove the blockage by cleaning the surface around your grate or by using a hydro-jet. If your drainage system has flooded, the technician will use a sump pump or gravity to draw out excess water. Finally, your technician will determine if you need new parts or additional maintenance to improve your landscape drainage system.

For more than 20 years, Andy’s Sprinkler, Drainage, and Lighting has helped Texas homeowners find the perfect landscape drainage system. If you need a landscape drainage technician, contact us today for a free quote!