What is an underground drain?
An underground drain is a pipe which is buried in the ground that drains the water from your gutters either out to the street or to a dry well (buried put in your yard)
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What is the purpose of an underground drain?
The purpose of an underground drain is to allow rainwater to drain below ground to avoid eroding, flooding or icing during the winter.
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How do I know if my underground drains need to be cleaned?
Your underground drains require maintenance when the water runs slow or backs up. Some signs that these drains are clogged, will be gutters that are clean and overflowing. In addition clogged drains can lead to wet basements, eroded dirt around the drains or leaks inside the wall or ceiling closest to the gutter which drains into the drain. If we do gutter cleaning at your home, our crew will automatically check any underground drains for proper flow. If they are clogged you will promptly be notified.
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What is the procedure for cleaning underground drains?
We offer snaking of these drains, which helps remove roots and settled debris.
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How much does an underground drain cleaning cost?
It depend depends on the drain. Call our office for a price quote.
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What if my underground drain is clogged and cannot be cleaned?
We will setup an estimate to meet with you and explain other alternative solutions.
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