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Flooding is a major hassle and a costly problem when you own a home or business. While we can’t control the amount of rain that falls on your property, there are ways to control how it drains. Proper drainage can involve a number of tactics to ensure rainwater effectively and efficiently flows away from your home, business or landscape. continue reading
Poor drainage in your landscape can cause a host of problems. When rainwater doesn’t run off or escape your yard the way it should, it can cause erosion issues and create pools of water that can quickly threaten your landscape’s health and appearance. While poor drainage is a concern throughout the entire year, it can cause some specific issues like crown hydration during the winter months. continue reading
Do you struggle with poor drainage on your property? Every rainstorm becomes a source of anxiety or frustration, as any excess water on a landscape that has improper drainage can bring devastating effects. When rainwater goes in places it shouldn’t or pools in certain areas of your landscape for long periods of time, you may lose mulch, plants and the ability to actually use your lawn. Don’t let a soggy landscape go untreated. A dry creek bed can save the day!
Dry creek beds are much more than just an assembly of rocks in a ditch. They are carefully engineered and installed to not only improve the functionality of your landscape, but also boost its aesthetic appeal. Dry creek beds are a simple and cost-effective way to solve your drainage issues without compromising the natural beauty of your outdoor view. continue reading
Many homeowners struggle with poor drainage in their backyard. Whether it is from a bad slope or poorly compacted soil, erosion and drainage issues can quickly ruin a beautiful landscape. At Pannone’s Lawn Pros & Landscaping, we are equipped to offer a number of solutions for your poor backyard drainage. While we can regrade your property or install a dry creek bed, some customers find a rain garden to be the perfect solution.
A rain garden uses water runoff to strategically cultivate plants. This is a way to embrace the extra water and use it to enhance your landscape and even attract birds. Location is very important when creating a rain garden. It needs to be proper distance from your home so that the drainage doesn’t accumulate near your foundation. You’ll also need to be sure it isn’t going to interfere with your septic system. Lastly, your rain garden site needs to have full sun exposure for 4-6 hours of the day so that its plants can thrive. continue reading