Drainage Issues In Your Yard?

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Identifying Drainage Issues In Your Yard

How to Fix Drainage Issues In Your Yard

Soil Erosion

Drainage issues are a common problem in yards and can cause a lot of damage to your property if not fixed. When water doesn't drain away from your property, it can cause your soil to become saturated and lead to erosion, root rot, and even foundation damage. There are a few telltale signs that you have a drainage issue in your yard.

  • If water pools on your property after a rainstorm,

  • if water stands in low-lying areas for extended periods of time

  • if you see water flowing towards your house rather than away from it

If you are having drainage problems in your yard, the best thing to do is to identify the cause of the problem and fix it. 

Drainage is key to keeping your yard healthy and looking great. If water pools in any one spot for too long, the grass will die and the soil will erode. Here are a few tips for fixing drainage issues in your yard:
1. Check your gutters and make sure they are properly draining.
2. Make sure your downspouts are directing water away from your house and yard.
3. Grade your yard so that water runs off of it in the appropriate direction.
4. Install a drainage system, if necessary.
5. Keep your grass short and remove any debris that might block water flow.

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Decorative River Rock Installation

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