For many people, the biggest threat to their home isn’t fire or burglars or termites. It’s something that all of us use every day. In fact, it’s essential to life itself. That threat is water. Here’s why we say this:
- There is a good chance that your house may have poorly graded or low-lying land on the surrounding property. When this is the case, water can pool against your home’s foundation or turn your yard into a swamp.
- Water next to your foundation can leak into your basement or crawl space, where it may promote mold and mildew growth. It can also break down the materials that hold your foundation together. When this happens, the results can range from serious health problems to major structural damage, the kind that costs tens of thousands of dollars to repair.
- Rainwater that collects on your property can draw disease-carrying insects like mosquitoes and gnats, giving them a convenient place to lay their eggs. The consequences may include swarms of pests that ruin your outdoor activities, unsightly gullies and craters, and infectious diseases.
Fortunately, there’s a solution to the problems caused by poor drainage. An underground piping system can direct water away from your home and into a dry well, sewer line, or nearby stream. It can also enhance property values and improve your overall quality of life.
Installing an underground piping system is a back-breaking, time-consuming chore for those without the specialized tools or skills to do the job right. That’s why it makes sense to let our trained professionals handle the project. Our experts have been installing these systems for many years. In almost no time at all, you’ll be enjoying the benefits of a properly draining yard, without getting dirt on your hands or sweat on your brow.
Call us today to set up your free initial consultation. One of our friendly, knowledgeable representatives will be glad to discuss your options with you, giving you the facts you need to make an informed decision. And you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how affordable our services can be, especially when compared to the costs of ignoring drainage problems. For more information give us a call today at 1-800-WETLAWN. We look forward to hearing from you!