Ground water and rain tend to accumulate around homes without proper drainage solutions. This results in water damage and soil erosion. If left untreated, you may find yourself with severe damage to your home and foundation. Atlas Restoration can provide an effective trench drain system for your property to keep your home dry and protected.
Trench Drain Solutions At Atlas Restoration:
- Bury Gutter Downspouts
- French Drain Installations
- Bury Sump Pump Discharges
- Yard Water Solutions
- Flooding Yard Solutions
- Drywell Installations
- Window Well Drainage
If excess water is making your yard soggy or flooding your basement or crawlspace, you may need to install a trench drain system to help avoid further damage.
Atlas Restoration is the premiere drainage experts in the Chicago and the Greater Chicagoland Area. We've installed countless trench drain systems for your neighbors and are capable of solving even the most complex water accumulation issues.
At Atlas Restoration, we understand that no two yards are alike. That's why we customize our service to perfectly solve potential problems with your property. Our team of drainage experts will carefully analyze your yard's slope, soil type and proximity to your home and determine the best means to avoid potential flooding and surplus groundwater.
The powerful forces of uncontrolled water can be devastating to property and home. We want to make you, the homeowner, aware that there are effective and time tested solutions to the problems that water can cause. In all cases it is best to solve these problems as soon as possible. We at Atlast Restoration are experts at analyzing the source of the problem and then creating a remediation plan that will effectively and permanently solve your issues. Protect your investment and call today!
The right soil grade can prevent basement leaks before they start by directing the water flow away from or around the house.The first rule to grading is: the soil should always slope away from your home. It sounds like common sense but foundations are often set too deep in the ground during construction causing marshy ground, wet basements or flooded slabs. Many building code officials respond to this problem by requiring that the top of the foundations or slabs sit at least six inches above the highest point of the soil at any location around the house. Also the ground must fall away from the foundation at least six inches within the first 10 feet around the perimeter of the house. Remember, this is just the minimum requirement. When it comes to residential grading - the more slope the better.
If you have grade problems for an existing house, we can help. We can take a look at the overall lot grading and the layout and where surface water may enter from adjacent properties, and offer you a solution.
Trench Drain Installation
Flat yards with no slope are at a disadvantage as the movement of water through the earth is minimal and heavy rainfalls cause pooling, even up to flooding levels. The movement of sub-surface water can be increased by intercepting and diverting its flow through a drainage system embedded in narrow trenches, sometimes called a French drain. A French drain is a process where we cut an individual slot with a trencher and use a fabric covered rigid drain tile vertically or horizontally to intercept water and divert it to a more desirable location. Many golf courses and farmers use French drains and sub-surface drainage to facilitate water away or to greens, fairways and farms. We install many French drains to drain those pools of standing water in your yard.