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1 Water on Patio/Pool Deck
Water pooling on patio or pool deck, potentially causing moss or mildew growth, concrete staining, and dangerous slip hazards.
2 Downspout Runoff
Downspouts draining rainwater directly to the base of your home, potentially causing basement or crawl space flooding and foundation damage.
3 Water on Driveway
Water pooling on driveway, reducing the functionality of your driveway and potentially causing flooding of your garage and/or home.
4 Water in Planter Area
Water pooling in planter areas next to your home, potentially creating muddy areas and causing damage to your foundation
5 Water on Walkway
Water pooling on walkway, potentially causing moss or mildew growth, concrete staining, and slip hazards.
6 Water in Yard
Water pooling in yard, creating muddy areas and potentially attracting mosquitoes and killing grass.
7 Neighbor Runoff
Water draining from your neighbor’s property and pooling in your yard, planter area, or near your home’s foundation, potentially causing a variety of drainage problems.
Standing Water Can
Damage Your Property
Low spots in your yard can easily turn into “water reservoirs” and cause serious drainage problems. Once the low area becomes saturated with water, a muddy puddle begins to form, potentially attracting mosquitoes and other insects and causing your grass to die
The unsightly muddy area detracts from the surrounding landscape and makes that portion of your yard unusable. Unless the wet area is near your home, walkway, or driveway, it is unlikely to cause immediate physical damage to your property. However, this wet spot can grow and eventually cause serious property damage if not properly addressed.
When protecting the value and usability of your property from water damage your goal is to capture excess water, move it away from the puddling area and then disperse or store it in a safe manner.
If you do not immediately address water drainage issues you expose yourself to property damage, reduced functionality of your yard, health issues and “surprise” repair costs later.
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Why fix your drainage problem now?
Failure to correctly fix a drainage problem now will cost you more later. Ignoring a drainage problem can quickly result in major repair costs and loss in property value. A homeowner seeking to remediate just one of the property damage issues below could easily spend 2 to 5 times more than the cost of solving the drainage problem in the first place.
- Property Damage
- Settling and cracking of foundation
- Wood rot, termites attracted by damp wood
- Dead plant material
- Foul or septic smell
- Health Concerns
- Breading ground for mold or mildew
- Mosquito breeding ground
- Slip hazzard