Drains are a part of your property’s landscape. In sinks, showers, laundry machines – yes, drains are everywhere – even outdoors. You might not be able to see it but your perimeter drain is the most important one on your property. When you find that your system is not running smoothly, book an appointment for Agassiz perimeter drain cleaning.
A functioning drainage system is vital to the condition of your property. Even if your system is in great structural condition, clogs can happen. For most newer properties, the drainage system around your home is made out of PVC or plastic piping. This material stands up for long periods of time but regular maintenance can help extend the life of your system.
The only way to prevent debris from entering the pipes around your home while still allowing water in, is a type of mesh sock. This ‘sock’ line pipes, keeping larger pieces of dirt and gravel out while allowing water to pass inside. Although this is a good method, it is not perfect. Grounds can shift, moving gravel and creating a space for material to creep in. The eaves and gutters around the roof of your home can also empty into your perimeter drain system. This allows leaves, sticks and organic material to collect inside.
Attempting your Agassiz perimeter drain cleaning can end up doing a lot more damage than you would expect. Older properties can have systems that are made of fragile materials like clay. Using pressurized water or cleaners can damage the materials and result in the need for repairs or replacements. Taking things into your own hands might seem like a good idea at the time but can be a real headache down the road. Why take a chance when you can call Pete & Son and get the best possible results?