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Landscape Drainage Products

Many of the products used to channel water away from the foundation of your home are made of a hard extruded plastic resin called Poly Vinyl Chloride or simply PVC. Most of the components used for landscape drainage are sourced from one of the largest manufacturers in the drainage industry- NDS.

Over the years Pacific Basement Waterproofing has relied on these products to keep water away from the surrounding area directly around many homes. A total waterproofing solution must always include a plan that address the exterior of your home as well as the interior.

 Catch Basin

Catch Basin

Catch Basin

Catch Basins are PVC boxes with grates on the top that gutters and leaders empty into. This water is then diverted away from the home through PVC piping to either a dry well, the street or a lawn pop.

Catch basins may also be placed in landscaped areas or hardscapes to eliminate puddling or flooding.

Catch basins include sump area that collects debris to prevent clogging of drain pipe. There is also a bottom outlet option.

 Atrium Drains and Channel Drains

Atrium Drains and Channel Drains

Atrium Drains

Atrium Drains and Channel Drains are PVC boxes that have inlets or trough openings that capture excessive water that can build up in a lawn or shrub area, patio area or even at the entrance to a garage or cellar stairs.

Water enters through the grates on top of the drains and is channel to a run off area or drywell through a series of PVC piping. These drains will not only help to redirect water away from your basement but they will also help to increase the health of plant material that may be suffering from over watering.

Channel Drains
 Dry Well

Dry Well

Dry Well

A dry well is a buried enclosure that is either concrete or a prefabricated PVC tank (Flo Well). that is placed below the surface of the ground that is used as a collection tank for drainage water.

Water from catch basins, atrium drains and channel drains are normally directed to a dry well by underground PVC piping. The water that is collected in a dry well will eventually percolate into the surrounding soil.