Drainage

Specializing in French and Surface Drainage Systems

With over 30 years of experience, the fully-trained professionals at All-Tex Sprinklers can handle all kinds of drainage work. You'll be glad to know that we are specialized in constructing French and surface drains. You can count on us to help you decide which kind of drain would best fit your needs. 

French drain systems usually feature a trench into which a perforated pipe is laid and then covered with gravel. The perforated piping material is often easily broken, and so care must be taken when installing and working around the drain.

Surface drains, by comparison, are drains that feature a metal grating that is flush with the surface to be drained, providing a safe and convenient drainage system. Installation is straightforward and, since they are made of metal, surface drains are resistant to corrosion and breakage. Unlike French drains, surface drains can be used in concrete areas such as parking lots and garages where water tends to accumulate.

These high-tech systems reduce standing water from your yard immediately. Say goodbye to soggy, wet grass once and for all.

How Do French Drains Work?

A French drain is essentially a series of ditches lined with rocks or gravel. This draws water away from an area and protects your building foundation from ground and surface water that doesn't drain properly on its own.
Drainage

Tried and Tested French Drain Installations

Using the forces of gravity, our skilled professionals install French drains down from the area to be drained to an area that can support the redirected water. Create a customized solution that fits your needs and budget.

We Are Committed to Providing You With Quality Services

You will receive friendly support, old-fashioned courtesy, and personalized attention from conception to completion. We strive to meet your high standards of quality.
Call us today to schedule an appointment.
972-335-1164

Expect prompt and professional services from us. We stay abreast with the latest advancements in the industry.

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