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American Property Solutions provides all types of drainage solutions, as well as sink hole remediation.  We are experts at diagnosing the problem and coming up with a solution to make sure its resolved. Being an experienced 4-seasons property management company means we offer our clients quality, care and piece of mind!

Please contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Drainage Solutions:

DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS

  • French Drains
  • Drain Tile
  • Yard Drains
  • Dry Wells
  • Storm Sewers
  • Catch Basins
  • Drainage Corrections
  • Sump Pumps Installation
  • Backflow Preventers
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Drainage Installations in Pennsylvania

The underground pipes and systems that manage our water and waste go largely unnoticed until there is a problem and you need repairs.  However, you can always be proactive or contact an expert when you begin seeing signs of issues with drainage.  Maybe that is a consistently soggy backyard, water in your basement or garage, or erosion on your property from the way the water flows during a rain storm.  Another option is to make sure you are prepared ahead of time by scheduling a complimentary consultation with us for a new installation of one of these systems on a new construction project.   Finding someone with experience can always be tough.  American Property Solutions specializes in repairing and correcting drainage issues.  We can quickly diagnose your problem and give you a solution on how it can be corrected.

French Drains and Drain Tile Installed

A french drain is usually a surface trench drain or a drain tile set in gravel used to carry water away from a low area or area of pavement.  If these drains or pipe are installed properly, they are extremely effective at removing water and drying the area out.  To be installed properly, you need a lower area, city storm sewer, road ditch or culvert the water can be diverted to.  The pipe installed to carry the water away needs grade or pitch to carry the water away by gravity.  Without this grade or pitch, debris can collect in the pipe and eventually clog it.  Also, in an area that has a freezing climate in the winter time like Eastern Pennsylvania, if water is laying in the pipe because it doesn’t have the proper grade or pitch, it will freeze thus causing a blockage in the pipe.  This pipe work needs to be installed properly in order for it to work properly.  The experts at American Property Solutions are here to help!

Yard Drainage

Sometimes installing pipe or a drainage system is not necessary for yard drainage.  Many times, the ground settles years after construction is completed by organic materials like tree stumps and logs decomposing.  When this happens, the area or ground settles, leaving low lying areas where water can puddle.  Many times, simply grading the area properly will take care of this problem and is much less expensive than installing drainage pipe.  In order to determine if this will work properly, the area in question, must be evaluated with a surveying level and a experienced drainage contractor.

Drainage Solutions:

drainage solutions

DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS

  • French Drains
  • Drain Tile
  • Yard Drains
  • Dry Wells
  • Storm Sewers
  • Catch Basins
  • Drainage Corrections
  • Sump Pumps Installation
  • Backflow Preventers

Drainage Installations in Pennsylvania

The underground pipes and systems that manage our water and waste go largely unnoticed until there is a problem and you need repairs.  However, you can always be proactive or contact an expert when you begin seeing signs of issues with drainage.  Maybe that is a consistently soggy backyard, water in your basement or garage, or erosion on your property from the way the water flows during a rain storm.  Another option is to make sure you are prepared ahead of time by scheduling a complimentary consultation with us for a new installation of one of these systems on a new construction project.   Finding someone with experience can always be tough.  American Property Solutions specializes in repairing and correcting drainage issues.  We can quickly diagnose your problem and give you a solution on how it can be corrected.

French Drains and Drain Tile Installed

A french drain is usually a surface trench drain or a drain tile set in gravel used to carry water away from a low area or area of pavement.  If these drains or pipe are installed properly, they are extremely effective at removing water and drying the area out.  To be installed properly, you need a lower area, city storm sewer, road ditch or culvert the water can be diverted to.  The pipe installed to carry the water away needs grade or pitch to carry the water away by gravity.  Without this grade or pitch, debris can collect in the pipe and eventually clog it.  Also, in an area that has a freezing climate in the winter time like Eastern Pennsylvania, if water is laying in the pipe because it doesn’t have the proper grade or pitch, it will freeze thus causing a blockage in the pipe.  This pipe work needs to be installed properly in order for it to work properly.  The experts at American Property Solutions are here to help!

Yard Drainage

Sometimes installing pipe or a drainage system is not necessary for yard drainage.  Many times, the ground settles years after construction is completed by organic materials like tree stumps and logs decomposing.  When this happens, the area or ground settles, leaving low lying areas where water can puddle.  Many times, simply grading the area properly will take care of this problem and is much less expensive than installing drainage pipe.  In order to determine if this will work properly, the area in question, must be evaluated with a surveying level and a experienced drainage contractor.

Office:

610.760.0600

24/7:

484.866.0854

Fax:

610.760.0603

Emergency Contact: 

484.866.0854

Office Manager:

Nina Campbell

Operations Manager:

Michael Piechota

Marketing Director:

Nick Miller

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