Safeguard your home against flooding and water damage with expert perimeter drain service.
For decades, locals have counted on our plumbers to install and maintain their drains. Are they satisfied? Just see our reviews!
Maybe (but probably yes). Having a modern perimeter drainage system means that – in your insurance company’s eyes – you’ve taken steps to lower your risk of claiming flood damage. In turn, there’s a good chance that you’ll be rewarded with a lower premium.
There are four key signs to look out for:
Drain tiles were originally clay pipes used to protect farmland from flooding. The sections of land where the pipes were installed were considered “tiled” because of the clay, and eventually the system simply became known as “drain tile”.
While there are some differences – French drain, for example, often drains directly into the yard – these terms all refer to the same thing: a system of pipes around the foundation of your home that keeps excess water out of your basement and crawlspace.
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