Downspout Drain Cleaning and Repair

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Downspout Drain Cleaning and Repair

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Downspout Drains

Roof Drains, Gutter Drains, Drain Tiles
The Most Important Drain the Rainwater Drainage System.
What is a DRAIN TILE?This is a pipe that leads from the downspouts and sump pump discharge out to the street or storm drain.

The Single Most Important part of your Rainwater Drainage System is the Downpout Drain Line.

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Perhaps the most important pipe in the RAINWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM
is the Drain Tile.When this pipe becomes blocked or broken, it causes water to back up along your basement wall. The water from your gutters has no place to go except down into the basement. The water from your sump system cannot be discharged and ends up back in your basement.How to dectect a bad drain tile?
Take a garden hose and place it in the drain tile. If water flows to the street, it is functioning.
The drain tile still could have blockage in the pipe. In order to detect roots or other debris, a drain cleaning machine is needed.


Cleaning Costs
The first line we trouble shoot runs $127.50. Each additional line is $50.00
We send a powerful 3/4 steel cable with cutters thru the drain tile and will clean the pipe of roots and debris. If the pipe is broken or collapsed, the machine will help us pin point the area of damage. We can then dig up the pipe and repair.

Repair cost carry by the amount of pipe that needs to be repalced. An Average repair is right around $190.00 and includes 5 feet of pipe, fittings and labor. However many repairs are much more extensive and the costs of repair vs the cost of replacement of the entire line needs to be addressed.


We use 4″ pipe to replace or install Drain Tiles.
We cut the sod, move the excess soil
Tunnel Sidewalks
Bore new Curb Holes
Seal all fittings and pipe
Connect the Downspouts and Sump System

Average cost per foot is $9.00
Average install is just under 900.00
We can Clean – Repair and Install any Drain Tile
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Drain Tiles How to stop water problems and raise the value of your property.
Water is the worlds most destructive force and although man tries to beat Mother Nature, the odds are against us.DOWNSPOUT DRAIN TILES are the single most important part of your rainwater drainage system. Keep these drains in good working order. If you do not have these underground pipes, have them installed. These drains help keep foundations dry, basements dry and help stop water problems before they occur.

Adding underground drain tiles to your home will move water away from your foundation and basement. This is not simply a piece of pipe that runs out on the yard. That is nothing but an eye sore. The water from these extensions simply travels back underground to the foundation. Do it right! Install Underground Drain Tiles from the downspouts to the street. That’s why the city installed Storm Drains in the curb and street.

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Underground drains work to move water fast away from the foundation. We install underground drain, underground gutter drain, underground drain pipe, crawl space drain, underground pipes, drain tile, sump pump, gutter, downspout drain line, yard drain, french drain, gravel drain, solid pvc pipe, perofarated pipe, channel drain, catch basin, drive way drain, side walk drain, basement drain, floor drain, sewer line, kitchen drain, bathroom drain and tub drain. Call us for a free estimate!

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