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Every property has some sort of drainage needs.  REAMS is here to provide you with a solution to your drainage problems.  We will help you select the right components to move excess water away from landscapes and buildings to prevent damage that moisture can cause to structures.

REAMS offers drainage pipe, grates & basins of varying dimensions, shapes and colors—all designed to fit together for tight, worry-free connections.  REAMS also offers different types of Channel Drains for use in different applications such as driveways, pool decks, and garage floors.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Signs of poor drainage in a landscape can include standing water or soggy areas in the lawn, erosion or washing away of soil, mold or mildew growth, and the presence of water-loving insects such as mosquitoes. It is important to address these issues as they can lead to long-term damage to the landscape and potentially impact the health of nearby plants.

Improving drainage in a landscape involves several steps, including identifying the source of the problem, determining the appropriate solution, and implementing changes to the landscape. Some possible solutions include grading the landscape to redirect water flow, installing a drainage system such as a French drain or dry well, or incorporating water-loving plants into the landscape to absorb excess water.

A French drain is a drainage system designed to redirect water away from a specific area. It typically consists of a trench filled with gravel or rock and a perforated pipe that collects water and directs it to a designated location. The trench is usually covered with a layer of soil and grass or other ground cover to blend in with the surrounding landscape. French drains are effective in directing excess water away from homes, gardens, and other areas prone to flooding.

Installing a drainage system can be a complex process that involves a variety of techniques and equipment. While some smaller projects may be manageable for a DIY enthusiast, it is typically best to hire a professional landscape contractor who has the necessary knowledge and experience to design and install an effective drainage system. They will be able to properly assess the needs of the landscape, select the appropriate materials and equipment, and ensure that the system is installed correctly to prevent future drainage issues.

Preventing future drainage problems in a landscape involves several measures, such as regularly inspecting and maintaining existing drainage systems, ensuring proper grading and soil composition, and incorporating plants and vegetation that absorb excess water. It is also important to avoid creating areas of compacted soil or areas where water can collect, such as near the foundation of a home. Implementing these preventative measures can help ensure proper drainage and maintain the health of the landscape over time.

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