French Drains, Surface Drains, and Channel Drains are the 3 most common types of Drains that we utilize in a Drainage System Installation. Some Drainage Problems are very complex others are straight forward and basic. A basic Drainage System might be a 4 Inch French Drain running to a Pop-Up emitter. A Complex Drainage System might have a Surface Drain connected to a French Drain, Gutter Down Spouts, and a Sump Pump all releasing through a Curb Fitting. Every drainage problem is different. CMG can provide a Free Estimate and Drainage Diagnostic for anyone within 50 Miles of Oklahoma City.
- Replacing Broken Sprinkler Pipe While Using Lots ot Primer!
- 6 Inch French Drain
In 2014 CMG has installed a 12 zone Sprinkler System in Tuttle. The Sprinkler System Pipe was looped around the property to ensure that the water pressure was the same in all the sprinkler zones. The sprinkler controller was installed in the garage with a Rain/Freeze Sensor. The Sprinkler System included an above ground back-flow-valve and a Master Valve. The Back Flow Valve ensures that the water from the well will stay clean and safe, and the Master Valve allows the Sprinkler Pipes to drain automatically so no pipes will freeze during the winter.
Next we are moving on to Yukon to Install a French Drain. We are connecting a Gutter Down Spout to 4 inch drain pipe. The Drain Pipe will go under a sidewalk and then connect to 50 feet of French Drain which will then connect to a pop-up emitter in the back yard.