Landscape Drainage Systems in Anne Arundel County
Starting a new commercial project? Doing construction work on your home? One of the most important factors of any construction project is the drainage. Issues with your property’s drainage system can lead to mold and mildew growth, a need for expensive repairs and irritating messes.
At Arundel Irrigation, we know how to ensure your property avoids any type of drainage problem while maintaining its lush, green look.
We work on drainage projects for a variety of properties, including:
- New homes
- Commercial buildings
- Existing homes
- Homeowners associations
- Retirement communities
No matter what kind of property you own, we can help you identify the drainage services you need to keep your property running well and looking beautiful.
Lawn and landscape drainage systems
Our expert technicians at Arundel Irrigation can work directly with you to find the drainage system that fits your property’s needs and your budget. With over 25 years in the irrigation systems industry, we can install and maintain any drainage system you need or have.
Infiltration drainage systems: By improving the infiltration capabilities of your ground surfaces, you can create a system that holds back water runoff until the surrounding ground is capable of taking on the extra moisture. Not only does this helps prevent flooding, but also reduces the chance of growing mold or mildew in and around your home.
Driveway drainage systems: If your driveway slopes down toward your home, it can collect water when it rains and flood your garage or home. Depending on your property, this can be fixed by installing a trench drain at the bottom of your driveway, a drainage pipe following a long driveway, or a drainage swale running beneath the driveway.
Home drainage systems
We offer the following home drainage systems.
Sump-pump drainage systems: When your sump pump discharges water, it should do so as far away from your home as possible, as well as downhill. A proper drainage system for your sump pump ensures that your ejected water never recedes back to your home where it can clog your sump pump or put water into your basement.
Gutter and downspout drainage systems: These are the most commonly seen drainage systems for rainwater. These can be made to release the water downhill from your property, but if you’re nestled in a valley or even just at a slightly lower elevation than the surrounded land, you can also implement an underground downspout to extend the system while limiting erosion around your property.
Residential and commercial drainage solutions
From repairs to system installations, we can take care of it all. If you need service for your commercial property, we can also work on parking lots, concrete and asphalt sidewalks, and a variety of other commercial spaces. Give us a call today to find out more about our drainage services and the type of systems we install.
What Sets Us Apart?
- Certified Technicians
- Professional & Reliable
- Locally Owned & Operated
- Affordable Quality Products
- Over 15 Years of Experience