Catch Basin Drainage System
Because most yards have enough slope to allow the system to work, the Catch Basin Drainage System is the most common drainage system. If, however, a yard does not have enough slope, we can raise the first drain catch basin and level the pipe in some areas and install down spouts to help push the water to its destination.
When we install this kind of drainage system we make sure to go underneath any existing sidewalks and to cut through the curb to ensure the water is not restricted from draining out. Depending on the area that needs to be drained, our drain experts will determine the size of the needed catch basin. Our catch basins have holes drilled in them (and gravel placed underneath the basin) in order to prevent water from sitting in the bottom of the catch basin.
Once we have completed the installation of your drainage system, a Drain Expert will run water through the system to show you the functionality and reliability of your new system. If this all seems a bit confusing, don’t worry. We will explain all this in more detail when you give us a call today!