Waterproofing is our specialty, and without proper drainage your house is at risk of flooding. We can handle drain pipe repair and replacement jobs of practically any size using a range of innovative methods. Drymax provides video inspection of your house drains, snake a drain for clogs located near the tub, toilet, or sink. Main line sewer clogs can take hours to snake, depending on the length and number of pipes affected.
Drain system installation
Old houses in time are developing more and more problems, starting from water leaks to all drainage system brake up. Different problems call for different tools to fix them.
Garage door catch basin installation
A garage catch basin is a practical way to control water follows down a hill from a driveway and also ensures that no dirty water ends up before the doors entry. When a garage entry catch basin is installed, the water runs towards the drain in the centre.
Drain installation and waterproofing job process from start to finish
Your damp or wet basement can cause more than just a headache; these issues can create bigger problems like mold, mildew, rot, structural damage, and a variety of health problems.
Types of drainage services for your home and yard
Install drain tile (perforated plastic drainage pipe) along the exterior (or interior) of the footings of basement and crawlspace walls to provide drainage around the foundations.
Catch Basins are generally traffic load structures used to collect storm surface water. The water is generally disposed of through knockout or holes to an outlet pipe.
Garage catch basins are a great way to manage water discharging from your car and ensure no dirty water reaches the driveway.
An under deck drainage system creates a dry space under your deck and protects your substructure from moisture.
They help keep roadways safe and residential areas from flooding. Not having a storm drain or improper installation can cause significant flooding and damage.
Underground downspouts are considered the more effective alternative to above-ground downspouts because they’re easy to tuck out of the way. If you have a large lawn or just want to preserve the aesthetic of your landscaping, underground downspouts will keep your home safe without turning into an eyesore.
If the waterlogging is severe consider having a French drain installed, although this will likely involve professionals, heavy machinery and some upheaval to the garden. Installing a french drain (or any drainage) will help surface water to run away from the problem area.
A dry well is a well that is used to transmit surface water underground and is deeper than its width at the surface. Most dry wells are 30 to 70 feet deep and 3 feet wide at the surface. They are lined with perforated casings and can be filled with gravel or rock or left empty.
French drains are primarily used to prevent ground and surface water from penetrating or damaging building foundations.
There are two main types of drainage system options: surface drains and french drains. Surface drainage systems consist of a few ground-level areas drains that are connected to PVC piping. When it rains, water flows down the drains, into the piping, and is transferred away from the house.
The purpose of a trench drain is to move storm waters from one place to another.
Every window well should have a drain to allow water to exit the window well and not build to a level that creates a basement seepage problem. Drains can be connected to interior or exterior drain tile or can be run to daylight where a proper slope exists.