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Storm drainage is a necessary part of urban or suburban living. Where there used to be natural paths for stormwater to run off, now there are homes and streets, requiring feats of engineering to transfer that water to an aquifer. Reliance Plumbing Sewer & Drainage, Inc. understands this and is ready to help.
- Over 50 years of experience
- We focus on reliability and competence
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If you’re in need of a storm drainage system, or if you’re looking to repair your old or clogged existing system, then you can count on us to get the job done.
Contact Reliance Plumbing Sewer & Drainage, Inc. for storm drainage services in Glenview, IL. Rely on Reliance!
Why Is Storm Drainage So Important?
Rain is important and necessary, as any grade school science class will attest to. However, for homeowners, it can be a serious concern. The buildup of rainwater on your property can result in a number of very serious problems. Some are entirely aesthetic. For instance, if water pools in a corner of your yard, it is very likely that you will develop a grass–less, muddy, eyesore of a patch in that corner. A soggy yard will also lead to issues with excessive insect populations, as well as leaving you to sink into the ground with each step you take. More serious problems, though, may include leaks in your foundation, as the saturated ground searches for any place at all to divert water to, or even a flooded sewer system.
Adequate storm drainage will allow you to avoid new problems from developing. If you have any such existing problems, it will help to alleviate them. In the long run, investing in an improved storm drainage system can help you to prevent serious damage to your home and the surrounding property, as well as to your budget. Foundation and plumbing repairs can add up quickly, so let us help you to divert water from your home successfully.
Storm Drainage Options to Consider
There are a lot of different options to consider when it comes to residential storm drainage systems. Foundation drains, for instance, are used specifically to divert water away from the concrete foundation of your home. These consist of perforated drainpipes, often surrounded by gravel. These pipes will disperse water evenly, rather than dumping it all in one place.
Drain tile is another option to consider. These systems are actually quite similar to foundation drains, as they also use gravel and perforated pipes. Rather than focus solely on the foundation, though, drain tile systems are installed anywhere on your property where the need arises. Catch basins or rain barrels are quite simple, but can also be effective. There is a lot to consider, so speak with a member of our staff when determining which storm drainage system(s) is right for you.