How do you know that your property is experiencing a drainage problem? If you’re visiting our site, you likely are seeing one or more of these symptoms of common drainage problems:
Other symptoms of yard drainage problems that may be confused with other issues include sticking windows, cracks in the foundation, and moss or algae growth.
Obviously, the answer is water. But finding where that water is coming from, and getting it to go where it should—away from your home, buildings, or landscaping—is the challenge our customers face.
We are frequently called in after landscaping or other drainage contractor companies have put in a yard or drainage system or when water shows up where it shouldn’t in new construction.
Often, our customers have worked with a landscaper or other company that does a quick fix that leads to re-emergence of the problem, and additional costs. These are some of the quick fixes that we’ve seen that we’ve been hired to provide permanent drainage solutions for:
At Weaver and Associates, you can be confident that you will receive an expert drainage repair or solution. We specialize in doing it right, the first time. Contact us—before the next rain!
Sometimes, property owners or managers get lucky and a quick, cheap fix does the trick. But all too often, we see these quick fixes fail when a company that doesn’t specialize in drainage guesses about how to solve the problem.
What you can count on from Drainage Specialists: If the permanent solution for your drainage problem is simple and low-cost, that’s what we’ll provide you with! We haven’t stayed in business for more than 35 years, with much of it coming from word-of-mouth recommendations, because we overcharge. Rather, we prescribe THE solution that will end the drainage problem, the first time, for a reasonable cost.
If a quick fix isn’t the right option, we’ll explain why, and make recommendations for the best way to solve it—at a reasonable price. Drainage problems don’t go away, and often, choosing the wrong company or solution to save money only means you’ll be spending more in the long run—from property damage and having to hire someone else.