LEARN HOW TO RESOLVE LEADING
HOMEOWNER DRAINAGE PROBLEMS
What happens when rainfall hits rooftops, lawns, and landscapes? That stormwater runoff needs a place to go. Problems arise when the excess water has difficulty draining. This is where you come in.
Take the Professional Drainage Contractor Course and you'll learn how to identify common drainage problems, resolve these issues by putting a proper drainage system in place, learn best practices, and access resources to help you succeed.
This is one of the leading drainage problems for residential and commercial properties. Chances are, most property owners aren't aware it can quickly spiral into a bigger issue.
Water on Lawns
Yellowing, thinning, or patchy turf, lingering puddles, and drowning plants are not only eyesores — they indicate an unhealthy landscape that can kill the lawn and plants.
Water on Hardscapes
Impervious surfaces found on driveways, patios, pool decks, walkways, and courtyards make it difficult for water to pass through to the ground underneath.
The level of groundwater in the soil is known as the water table. This can rise and fall seasonally — and when the table is high, it can lead to big trouble.