Why Are Drainage Systems Necessary?
Every year sinking foundations, cracked and buckled foundation walls, and cracked and uneven floors affect millions of homeowners in southern California.
Buildings located on unstable soil will settle when the foundation is subjected to moisture or poor drainage. A shifting foundation may result in structural damage and a potential decrease in the value of your investment.
If you are experiencing any of these issues:
Buckled hardwood floors
Excess water around plants
Flooded basement or crawl space area
Mold or moisture damage in crawl spaces
Standing water in your lawn or vegetation areas
Excess water in the foundation or basement walls
Musty odors in living areas
High humidity in living areas
Condensation on insulation or water pipes
Excess water from driveway runs off into garage
Excess water from driveway runs off into garage
Condensation on air conditioning ductwork or equipment
To Avoid These Issues, We Offer Professional Solutions:
Excess water damage to foundation and basement walls
Underground Downspout Extension guides water away from the foundation by connecting downspout into an underground 4″ PVC pipe and discharge to a Flo-Well
Excess water harms plants, water is pooling in a planter
Catch Basin and Atrium Grates Protects plants by removing excess water from plants through a catch basin or an atrium grate and connecting into a Flo-Well
Water from the driveway enters the garage
Channel Drains and Grates collect sheets of water moving across driveways and sidewalks and into a channel drain prior to entering the garage.
Look At This Illustration And Read About The Solutions Below:
These divert stormwater away from your building’s foundation and can be installed in any area on your property that collects water. French drains are constructed with a perforated pipe, then gravel and filter fabric surround the pipe, similar to foundation drain systems.
Rounded Grates are often used in landscape areas, planter beds, window wells, or where debris like mulch and leaves might clog a flat grate. These grates are engineered to fit various sewer and drain pipes and fittings.
Pop Up Emitters
Pop-Up drainage Emitters act as the discharge point of a drainage system, opening easily when needed to allow water to flow freely from the pipe and away from structural foundations. The patented spring-loaded cap opens with the hydrostatic pressure of water flowing through the drain pipe, then closes as the flow subsides.
The Flo-Well is a sustainable solution for stormwater runoff. Used independently or as part of a larger stormwater management system, these units collect, retain, and discharge stormwater on-site, serving as gravel-free alternative to a traditional dry well. Units are modular and can be connected in series or stacked to meet a variety of project needs.
Catch basins connect to storm drainpipes. These plastic or metal structures (either round or rectangular) with metal grates on top capture debris that can clog pipes in a drain system.
Atrium grates are most frequently used in landscape areas, planter beds, window wells, or where debris like mulch and leaves might clog a flat grate. Choose from our wide selection of round, square, poly, or brass atrium grates.
Trench Drains/Channel Drains
Trench drains capture stormwater flowing over a larger area like a driveway, and convey rainwater to the City’s storm drain system. These garden drains are best for areas such as: Patios, Garden edges, and Garden drainage, Courtyards and Pedestrian uses
Sump Pumps are a homeowner’s first line of defense against water accumulation in a basement or crawlspace areas.
Proper Soil Grading
Grading helps to channel water away from the building. Irrigation sprinklers should be pointed away from foundation walls
Who Are We?
California Foundation Works is the premier residential and commercial foundation drainage systems specialist in Los Angeles County and the surrounding cities in Southern California.
California Foundation Works is a specialty foundation drainage contractor that offers the right solutions for your drainage problems. We offer a Free drainage inspection and estimate with no obligation to you, we are here to help you make sure that your property foundation is dry and safe from any hidden danger that might jeopardize you or your loved ones.
After a thorough assessment, one of our foundation repair experts will provide you with a free*, no-obligation quote.
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