Selecting the right landscape drainage contractor is a very important decision. Woodlands Water Works, Inc. has 28 years of experience in fixing landscape drainage systems and French drains throughout the Spring, Conroe and Woodlands area. From soggy water to standing water areas we have the skills, experience, and know how to solve almost any landscape drainage issue. We honor our warranties and guarantees without hassle. We are experts in installing French drains and landscape drainage.
Excessive standing water can cause serious problems for your lawn, garden and landscaping. Erosion is one of these problems. Woodlands Water Works, Inc. offers several drainage services which will properly direct excess water away from your landscaping and home. Using various water diversion methods, we custom design French Drains, catch basins, landscape grading, and other techniques to quickly and effectively divert surplus excess water.
Excessive standing water can cause serious problems for your lawn, garden and landscaping. Woodlands Water Works provides customized drainage solutions.
A professional contractor will complete your project and warranty it, including all parts and materials, all labor. Make sure that you do your research and choose the right team for your home or business.
Before doing any digging, we contact your city services to mark the location of any underground utilities. This free service makes sure underground utilities are marked before you begin.
A single exterior French drain trench that’s 50 feet long means excavating about 75 cubic feet of soil. Depending on how wet your soil is (if you have a drainage problem, it’s probably pretty wet), that means 4 to 5 tons of dirt.
Not only do you have to dig out the dirt, you’ll have to move it somewhere. You’re going to refill your trench with gravel (another 4 to 5 tons), so the excavated dirt needs a new home, such as fill for a low spot on your property or a couple of raised garden beds.
Reality check: A French drain to cure soggy areas and minor flooding in your yard, sometimes called a curtain drain, can be a DIY undertaking.
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