Landscape Drainage Services

At Allentuck Landscaping Company, we believe proper drainage is fundamental to any outdoor space. We provide expert landscape drainage services to protect your home and property.

Professional Landscape Drainage Services

Drainage is an often overlooked but critical element of your home’s landscaping. Without proper drainage, your lawn and plants will suffer, while your home and foundation may be at risk of damage. What’s more, standing water on your property provides a breeding ground for unwanted pests like mosquitoes. At Allentuck Landscaping Company, we provide high-quality landscape drainage services to direct rainwater precisely where it’s meant to go.

To us, proper drainage must be prioritized throughout all landscaping projects, large or small. Our landscaping experts are available to provide carefully thought out drainage solutions, both as part of our custom landscape installations and as standalone services.

Our Landscape Drainage Solutions

Planning and installing a full drainage system to protect your home from rainwater requires more than one-size-fits-all solutions. As seasoned landscaping experts, our team can expertly implement a wide variety of drainage solutions that work together to efficiently remove water from your property while minimizing erosion, preventing damage to foundations, and keeping your landscaping beautiful.

Our landscape drainage services include: 

  • Burying Downspouts
  • Dry Rock Beds
  • Flow-Well Devices
  • Foundation Grading
  • French Drains
  • Rain Gardens
  • Retaining Walls

Elevate Your Outdoor With Proper Drainage

Proper drainage is fundamental to any outdoor space. Get our expert landscape drainage services to protect your home and property.

Efficient, Effective, and Aesthetic

The goal of our landscape drainage services is to provide solutions that only meet your needs and budget, but that also blend in seamlessly with the outdoor space that’s been crafted for your home. Our team at Allentuck has years of expertise in various hidden, natural-looking, and natural drainage solutions, resulting in an outdoor space that is at once beautiful and functional.

What Are the Signs of Poor Drainage?

Poor drainage can mean a lot of things. In some cases, it means water is not draining away, while in others it may mean water is moving in a direction it isn’t supposed to. Because drainage issues are so varied in nature, there are many signs that may indicate drainage problems. Some of the most common signs that you need professional landscape drainage services include:

  • Brown patches of grass
  • Large puddles or standing water on your lawn or sidewalks
  • Mold or mildew
  • Peeling paint on outdoor surfaces
  • Water in your basement
  • Decaying or rotting wood on exterior features such as decks
  • Dirt spilling from flower beds and other landscaping features

Contact Us to Improve Your Home’s Drainage!

If you’ve noticed any of the above signs, it’s important to get in touch with the landscaping professionals at Allentuck right away. Leaving major drainage issues unaddressed can do more than detract from the appearance of your landscaping—it can also lead to damage to your foundation or basement flooding, among other major problems.

At Allentuck, our professionals are standing by to inspect your property, diagnose drainage issues, and propose long-term solutions. Our landscape drainage services will improve the performance of your home’s drainage while maintaining the beauty of your outdoor space

Landscape Drainage FAQs

What are the effects of poor drainage?
Poor drainage can cause a number of problems for your home and plants. It may create issues with ponding or standing water, which can kill grass and ornamental plants while harboring mosquitoes. It may also erode your soil, create muddy spots, and in some cases can even cause foundation problems if water collects near your home.
What can I do about poor drainage in my yard?
The correct solution for poor drainage will vary depending on the problems you’re facing. Solutions for poor yard drainage may include regrading, amending or aerating the soil, or installing features such as a French drain or a dry well.
What is the proper drainage for landscaping?
The right drainage solution will depend on a number of factors, including current rainwater flow, your budget, and the aesthetic you’d like to create for your home.