If there are areas around your yard or property where you’re finding pools of water—possibly due to high water tables, low soil permeability, or a lack of a grade in your yard—the landscaping you’ve invested so much in could end up in ruins.
Insufficient yard drainage can lead to dampness or mold inside basements and crawl spaces, which can cause severe damage to your home or building’s foundation. If you need help with draining your yard in Charlotte, be sure to ask any potential contractors these questions.
For optimal protection against drainage problems, we consider inspecting both your yard and house or building after times of heavy rainfall.
There are many indicators that there may be problems with your drainage, which could include:
Ignoring or waiting for drainage system issues can lead to various problems that can affect both a yard and a residence. Issues can be minor and built over time, or an issue can be significant, both of which can result in your landscaping being in ruins and unnecessary costs.
No drainage system is best for all properties. Different yards consist of different needs, including the extent of water damage, average precipitation, and what precisely the main issue is.
To pinpoint what yard drainage system is optimal for your property, one of our certified professionals will do a detailed inspection and provide recommendations. The contractor’s inspection will reveal the weak areas in your drainage system and any areas the average property would not know.
Don’t let your drainage system cost unnecessary time and money.
Contact Vision Green Landscape today to get a FREE quote!