Drain Tile vs a French Drain in a Residential Yard

By |2019-04-16T23:07:30-04:00April 16th, 2019|Categories: French Drain|Tags: |

Drain Tile vs a French Drain in a Residential Yard nce in a while, I get asked why does a farm field work, that’s tiled? Why wouldn’t that work in a residential backyard? So I’m going to explain that to you really quick. Compaction of soil Is one thing, the farmer tills the top surface of [...]

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Residential Stone French Drains vs Drain Tiling in a Farm Field

By |2018-08-10T13:34:07-04:00August 10th, 2018|Categories: French Drain|Tags: , , , , |

 Residential Stone French Drains vs Drain Tiling in a Farm Field One of the questions that people ask, and it's a great question, is why does drain tile and in a farm field work and why can't we just do that in our backyard? Well, it rained a couple of days ago and you can [...]

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French Drain vs. Drain Tile in a Residential Yard in Michigan

By |2018-04-26T22:46:22-04:00April 26th, 2018|Categories: Michigan French Drain|Tags: , , |

 French Drain vs. Drain Tile in a Residential Yard in Michigan Once in a while, I get asked why does a farm field work, that's tiled? Why wouldn't that work in a residential backyard? So I'm going explain that to you really quick. Compaction of soil Is one thing, the farmer tills the top surface [...]

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What is an Open French Drain?

By |2018-01-08T17:32:54-05:00November 8th, 2017|Categories: Algonac French Drain|Tags: , , |

 What is an Open French Drain? French Drain System Installed in Algonac, MI Example of an open French drain. This is a great example of an open French drain. Water comes off the street and just floods the side of the house and the backyard. We dug out all the dirt alongside the house. We [...]

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