Drainage Solutions

Drainage Solutions for home or business

Professionally Installed Drainage Systems

Proper drainage is important for the health of your lawn. Additionally, it is crucial for protecting your home or business. Drain Xperts has more than 25 years experience in the design and installation of landscape drainage systems.

We can solve your drainage problems

Excess water accumulation in a lawn or landscape area can cause many problems. In addition to rendering the affected area unusable and unsightly, most plants including grass will not tolerate standing water. Additionally, standing water may enhance mosquito problems in the summer, and in general create a muddy nuisance. Not to mention creating expensive problems on your property. Take a look around your lawn and landscape, particularly after a heavy rain. It should be easy to spot standing water, and soft muddy spots where the water will not drain off. That’s where we come in.

Drainage solutions for downpours

Most residential or business drainage problems can be solved with 4″ pipe. But we recommend a 6″ line for those homes or businesses that tend to flood. A 4″ inch drainage line will typically get overwhelmed, but a 6″ line will provide more protection during torrential downpours.

The drainage solutions professionals at Drain Xperts will design and install a drainage system for your residential or commercial landscape. We specialize in the following drainage systems:







Channel Drains

Installing channel drains is one of the best ways to protect your garden or lawn from patio runoff. These long channel-like drains can be installed on a sidewalk or any other concrete surface and the water gets directed into the pipes that are underneath the surface, away from your home. Typically, these drains are installed in pool areas to prevent the surrounding lawn from getting flooded.

Area Drains

Most area drains are made up of a simple drain that is connected to an underground pipe. These are an ideal solution for low-lying areas or if there is constant flooding in your garden or yard when it rains. These drains move the accumulated water from your property into the common street drainage system and protect your landscaping and home from damage.

Sump Pump Systems

Sump pumps are mechanical pumps that are hardwired into your home’s electrical system and will pump up excess water and deposit it into a storm drain or a dry well. They are designed for areas that receive so much water that they will not drain naturally, for example, the bottom slope of a hill or slightly sunken areas of an otherwise flat yard.