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What to Do About Water Drainage Issues on Your Property

What to Do About Water Drainage Issues on Your Property

Having minor drainage issues on your property may not seem like a huge concern. However, the longer you leave them untouched, minor drainage issues can turn into major ones that cost a lot of money to fix. The rainy season here in Michigan can cause drainage issues to worsen even faster. If you notice problems with water drainage on your property,there are three things you need to do; first, identify the location of the problem. Once you know where the drainage issue is coming from, you...
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Drainage Solutions: Should You Install a Dry Creek Bed or a French Drain?

Drainage Solutions: Should You Install a Dry Creek Bed or a French Drain?

While both French drains and dry creek beds are excellent drainage solutions, they vary in price, aesthetics, and more, so it's important to consider which option would be most beneficial for your property. Dry creek beds are great for large-scale drainage problems, are most common in landscaping projects, and add a beautiful decor element to any property. French drains are often used to divert water flow from a lawn or home and can be almost invisible to the naked eye. Dry creek beds...
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