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What Type of Drainage System Is Best for Snow Melt?

What Type of Drainage System Is Best for Snow Melt?

What Type of Drainage System Is Available for Snowmelt in Washington, Waynesburg, McMurray, and surrounding Pennsylvania areas? The first snow of the winter reminds us how beautiful winter can be in the. However, just a few snowfalls in, when the snow begins to pile up, some of the magic seems to wear off. After a few months, we can’t wait for the snow to disappear. When the snow melts, though, it has to go somewhere. Without proper drainage, the water can pool in your yard or seep into your basement, causing unsightly and sometimes costly damage. We are here to help! If you live in or near Washington, Waynesburg, McMurray, or nearby areas and you think you might have a snowmelt drainage issue, be sure to contact us at to discuss your concerns. Winter is an excellent time of year to examine these problems. Call for a Drainage Quote Signs of Drainage Problems When the snow melts, and you find...
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French Drains vs Dry Creek Beds for Property Drainage

French Drains vs Dry Creek Beds for Property Drainage

Drainage issues can be a pain when you have to deal with them on your property. Water pooling in places or seeping under your foundation can cause problems that no property owner wants to face. Fixing those drainage problems may require the installation of a French drain or a dry creek bed. Learn more about these drainage solutions and which one could be the best choice for your property in Washington, McMurray, Waynesburg, and surrounding cities in Pennsylvania. Comparing French Drains to Dry Creek Beds On the surface, French drains and dry creek beds may look similar to each other, but they are different and require different steps to install them. French drain installation is a bit more intricate, while dry creek beds require some design work. The Cost of French Drains & Dry Creek Beds Putting in French drains is definitely the more expensive option, as they will run about $20-$30 per linear foot. French drains do have more components than dry...
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