French Drains, Boca Raton Sprinkler & Drainage Systems

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French Drains, Boca Raton Sprinkler & Drainage Systems

French drains are the most popular drainage options in the industry, and for a good reason. They can be installed in most homes and commercial landscaping as long as they actually divert water far from the property. If not, other options, such as channel drains and swales, can be considered, but they are not really #1 when compared to the French alternatives. At Boca Raton Sprinkler & Drainage Systems, we love working around them because they help with all pooling and puddling on your property. With some basic installation that takes about a day or two, you can solve a problem in no time with all the surface excess water you’re having.

Now, are French drains the actual solutions for your space, or should you consider going for other features and systems? Stagnant water can usually be controlled and handled by them as long as it remains at a superficial level. Since French drains are not designed to go to an underground level, you need to understand the limitations of the design.

Thanks to how they can be placed and installed, you can reduce the chances of standing water and prevent flooding and pooling around the property. What you need to keep in mind is that proper design will be key to ensuring you have fewer problems instead of bringing more issues to the entire space.

Our role is to inspect your patio and property, see the way rain and stormwater are draining, and start working on the plan to prevent flooding. We highly recommend working more around what you need and focusing less on preferences.

While French drains work for many people, they are not the best approach in all cases. Allow us to be there with you and ensure you know their installation and design will be worth it.

How We Work with French Drains on Your Property

First, we want to make sure you truly understand the scope of French drains and how they will provide support with flooding and pooling.

Second, our drainage contractors always perform assessments and inspections. While other professionals and companies will try to keep this within a standard, we strongly believe in customization. Otherwise, you spend lots of your time and resources without getting a good solution for your space.

Third, we start drafting a design and plan for the installation and give you an estimate so that you consider the whole situation. However, it isn’t until you decide to work with us that we get our hands in your lawn and process.

Finally, we bring all the steps and requirements to start working around the French drains and their installation. Since they consist of pipes and ditches, we need a lot of digging, proper placement, and ensure we are considering your type of soil, topography, and all elements in your space.

In case you want to have a better look and concept of how we work on the French drains, you can consider these steps the essentials when having us bring the service and proper design:

  • We map out a route for the French drains location and decide from and to where runoff will be moved away from the property.
  • Once we have all the plans done, we start digging the trench or ditch.
  • Cover and line it up with filter fabric and ensure soil erosion is prevented with the right backing.
  • Add gravel for proper drainage and percolation in the trench and drains.
  • Install the pipes and create the entire connection.
  • Cover them and run a test to make sure they are moving and filtering water.

How Much Do French Drains Cost?

The good part about French drains in terms of fees and costs is that they highly depend on the square footage, difficulty, and range of the connections. Most people can spend from $1.500 to $5.000, which is a good range considering the amount of work involved in the process.

At Boca Raton Sprinkler & Drainage Systems, we will be able to give you a more accurate rate and estimate based on the inspection and assessment we perform on your property. This will come with a clear option and ensure you don’t have a standard or estimate that isn’t really clear.

Take the time to inquire about your French drain cost and how we can make the whole installation. In most cases, the timeline is set in 2 days, but large-scale projects can take up to 5 and 7 days to get the connections and pipes right.