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There are a wide range of drainage problems that affect homeowners. These drainage problems will continue to get worse over time as water settles features such as lawn areas, patios and landscaping causing easily preventable damage and expense. Our team’s approach to solving most drainage problems is simple, water flows downhill. We simply create a path for water to flow away from its undesired location.
In this project, two neighbors in Fox Point, WI were both having drainage issues. The overgrown landscape had created a pitch towards both of their homes and created puddling in the lawn area between the homes. The goal in this project was to create a positive pitch away from both homes and to create a smooth efficient swale.
From beginning to end, this project took just 2 days! Our expert team specializes in these types of drainage projects every day throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. For additional information on drainage issues and their solutions, please visit our Drainage Solutions page.
If you would like to make an appointment to address your drainage issue, please request a quote today!
We are working to improve the look and the drainage on our South property line.
If you’re interested in keeping your watering bills low, talk to us about xeriscaping. The word is a portmanteau of the Greek word for dry and landscaping, and refers to landscape designs that minimize water use. Because the water department of Denver, Colorado has registered the trademark on that particular word, you can also call this specialized form of garden development water-conserving landscapes, drought-tolerant landscaping, or smart-scaping.
Typically, we encourage planting whose natural requirements are appropriate to the local climate anyway, as well as working to properly manage water flow; those are key components to making sure your property remains low-maintenance and low-cost over the long term.
Key advantages include:
Consider your options and ask Integrity to help you come up with a landscaping design that takes full advantage of Wisconsin’s weather and temperature, while minimizing the ongoing maintenance thereafter.
We have had a brutal two months to close out this winter season, but that doesn’t mean spring temperatures aren’t right around the corner. While the forecasters tell us another visit by Mother Nature’s snow machine is not out of the question, we’d like to remind you that sensible gardening has to pay attention to the erosion that’s possible with the spring melt.