Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler Repair – 405 203 9419
Recently we had a customer call us with a drainage problem. She had water standing in front of garage door. If it got high enough it would run into the garage. We installed Surface Drains in the Driveway in front of the garage door in the concrete. The Surface Drains had metal grates and could easily support the weight of a car once the concrete had cured.
Standing Water can cause all types of problems in and around homes in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Drainage and Sprinkler repair can help. We can put a Drain in a Driveway, or fix a leaking Sprinkler Valve.
If you have water standing in your yard and need a French Drain, or have a broken Back Flow Valve that has frozen and is leaking, We can help.
405 203 9419
Our Drainage Systems utilize French Drains, Surface Drains, Channel Drains, and Sump Pumps. With over 25 years of experience we provide top quality French Drains, Drainage Systems, and Sprinkler Repair.
Just what is a “French Drain?” Many times people incorrectly
- A French Drain can protect your foundation!
A basic French Drain consists of a Perforated Drain Pipe in the bottom of a trench. The French Drain Trench runs through a Problem Drainage Area that needs to be drained. The French Drain Pipe is perforated (Full of Small Holes) and has Neo-Prene Soc around the pipe. This soc helps prevent debris from clogging the French Drain Pipe.
The dirt that was taken out to make the trench is hauled away. It is replaced by some type of small stone or gravel depending on what is desired or available. I prefer crushed 1 inch lime stone. It is the most economical option in my area. Pea Gravel or some other type of small stone can work just as well. The lime-stone or gravel is placed in the trench on top of the perforated Drain Pipe and filled all the way to the surface (ground level). In some cases where the French Drain needs to be deep or is being placed in sandy soil, a special trench liner must be placed in the trench before the perforated Drain Pipe or the Gravel are installed. This helps maintain the integrity of the trench over time. It also increases the cost of the French Drain and the amount of time to install it. I install a trench liner in a French Drain about 20% of the time. Most of the time a liner in not needed.