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Spring is on its way! As your yard emerges from winter hibernation, the flowers, trees, and perennial plants that decorate your outdoor space will begin to grow. With rainfall spurred by the El Nino phenomenon, your garden could become the most beautiful feature of your home.

Unfortunately, heavy rainfall can also cause flooding. Without a drainage system, your yard could quickly transform from a vibrant feature into a public eyesore. Andy’s Sprinkler Drainage & Lighting can evaluate the drainage issues on your property and help you install a yard drainage system that meets your needs.

Drainage Options

Catch Basins & Grates

Catch Basins & Grates pull standing water from the surface of your yard into a drainage system. Grates come in many styles and colors, providing you with plenty of options as you decide on the right drainage system for your home.

French Drains why install a french drain

French Drains are perfect for yards that have difficult drainage problems. Perforated pipes are buried underground and covered with gravel so that standing water collects inside the drain and is quickly carried to another area. French drains can also be used to protect concrete structures such as foundations or garden retaining walls.

Channel Drains

Channel Drains quickly draw water from the surface of your yard into a drainage system. They are perfect for patios, masonry, or concrete surfaces around your property.

Sump Pumps

Sump Pumps are designed to keep standing water away from your home. Our drainage experts can install a sump pump that will pull water away from the yard that surrounds your house and place it in a dry well or municipal storm drain.

At Andy’s Sprinkler Drainage & Lighting, our customers come first. We’ve been helping homeowners in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for over 20 years and we would love to install your drainage system. Call us to schedule a consultation today!

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