Trench Drain Services
Trench drains are relatively unknown among home and business and owners. Still, they are an excellent option when you need to drain rain or other excess water away from outdoor areas like driveways. Trench drains create a lengthened surface that diverts water from a specific location, much like how gutters work. They can slow down water flow and redirect it, helping prevent erosion. Trench drains are often used alongside a sump pump to keep water from pooling in areas that sit lower than others.
If you’re interested in installing a trench drain on your property in Northeast Ohio or require cleaning and maintenance services, call 330-733-3711 or reach out online for more information.
Trench Drain Installation
Installing a trench drain in a home, business, or public area can seem overwhelming at first. Depending on the end-use of the drain, there are many materials to choose from. A drain meant to divert water from a freeway, for example, will need much tougher materials than one that keeps your low-lying garden from accumulating standing water.
Common trench drain materials include:
- Galvanized steel
- Polymer concrete
- Cast iron
The installation process requires creating a trench for piping and the drain to sit in. Depending on location, the process can be intensive and involve the dismantling and removal of hard surfacings like concrete or asphalt. Once the trench is ready, piping, drains, and grating are installed according to the water diversion needs of the project.
Superior Drainage has the expertise to ensure trench drain installation is completed with swiftness and safety, and we strive to get the job done with minimal disruption.
Contact us to learn more about trench drain installation options by calling 330-733-3711 today.
Trench Drain Cleaning & Maintenance in Northeast Ohio
Because trench drains are typically designed to move large amounts of water, getting a clog or blockage in one can quickly lead to a cascade of problems. At home, it can mean standing water damages your lawn or garden. In a commercial setting, you have to worry about the excess water damaging pavement or asphalt. A bad enough water backup can damage building foundations in both cases.
Opting for trench drain maintenance from Superior Drainage frees you from worrying about the labor-intensive and often unpleasant job of clearing out debris from trench drain grates or trying to clean out the pipes below. If you notice slow drainage or a buildup of debris in your trench drain, don’t take on this messy project yourself. Call Superior Drainage today for fast, affordable trench drain services!