Expert Inspection, Repair and Installation of Drainage Systems in Northeast New Jersey
Have concerns about your drainage systems? Property owners in Bergen, Passaic and Hudson Counties are at risk for damage to homes and landscaping due to high water tables and surface flooding. The aging infrastructure of this area of New Jersey is another factor — with some sewage pipes still in use today that were built in the late 1800s. There is even concern with sewage systems installed in the 1970s.
It’s important that residential drainage systems are well maintained to prevent destruction of lawns, flowers and vegetation, but also the structural integrity of your home itself, as standing groundwater can cause cracks in the foundation. Proper drainage systems are especially important in the winter months to avoid the formation of ice over areas where pedestrians may walk or in areas where vehicles travel frequently.
Improper drainage means puddles of water may accumulate in an area therefore serving as an area that insects or rodents may use to breed which is another type of problem that can arise. Constant wetness can also begin to damage foundations over time, as well as sinking the area around a foundation that will result in consequences.
Over 30 Years Experience with Residential and Commercial Drainage Solutions
HOLES Infrastructure Solutions offers complete drainage system services for properties large and small. Our state of the art equipment and knowledgeable technicians are at the ready, including 24/7 emergency services. We also provide complete concrete installation and repair, as well as infrared asphalt repair. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation estimate. Simply complete the Quote Request form or give us a call.
Residential Drainage Systems
In residential areas such as personal homes, the irrigation systems that have been installed may be at fault for why water builds up and sits in one area. In order to redirect this water and eliminate the build up, the excess water should be directed to areas where there is a catch basin, drainage ditch or dry well.
It is also important to have proper drainage systems in place to prevent excess water that may be only be on one property, from flowing into public areas where other people can be affected and potentially at risk for hazard.
In order to avoid all of these issues, it is important to monitor your irrigation system or report areas that may frequently accumulate a lot of water. Regular diagnostic checks may help to eliminate problems.