Avoid Flooding at Your Property with Trench Drain Installation

Dry Tech Waterproofing Solutions has over 25 years of experience in drainage services for commercial and residential properties, including trench drain installation to divert rainwater safely.
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Diverting water away from buildings, parking lots, and driveways represents a major part of the work for drain service specialists. And all of them will give you the same advice: it is always easier to prevent these issues than to try to solve the problem once it’s too late. The solution is readily available for any commercial and residential property owner - trench drain installation.

This drainage structure is also known as a strip drain or linear drain. It consists of an underground channel, 1 to 2 inches wide and around 4 feet deep, that runs along the driveway or around built structures. It has a grating, flush to the ground level. The role of the trench drain installation is to collect rainwater and melting snow and divert it away from the property.

Reasons to Consider Trench Drain Installation

Trench drains, French drains and slot drains – frequently confused as being the same thing – can help reduce the risks of:

  • Basement flooding
  • Soil erosion
  • Foundation problems
  • Mold occurring inside building walls.

All these issues are caused by poor drainage of rainwater due to landscape grading or the type of soil. And they can be easily prevented during the trench drain installation process. This channel is not visually intrusive and does not impede vehicle or pedestrian traffic.

In most cases, you may have driven or walked by trench drains without noticing them. A team of professional drainage and waterproofing specialists can create the perfect route and design for the trench drain to blend seamlessly with the features of your property.

Hire Reliable Drainage Professionals You Can Trust!

Dry Tech Waterproofing Solutions has over 25 years of experience in drainage solutions for commercial and residential properties. We are always ready to help you with trench drain installation in Southern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Our service area covers the cities of:

  • Eagleville
  • Drexel Hill
  • Downingtown
  • King of Prussia
  • Norristown
  • Philadelphia
  • Pottstown

 

Prevent flooding at your property with trench drain installation! Call us now: 888-537-9832!

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