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Water Recharge Wells, Drywells and Ground Water Drainage Systems Garden City, NY


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Is water from your roof being directed into your basement? Rainwater that falls on and around a house or building complex needs to be managed, so that it doesn’t create undesirable conditions. Water that puddles on paved areas, such as walkways, driveways and parking lots, can freeze during the winter months, creating hazards. Water accumulation in planter beds and grass areas will eventually seep into the ground and create saturated ground conditions adjacent to basements and crawl spaces. This can increase hydrostatic pressure and the possibility for interior leaks. Uncontrolled water flow from downspouts or negative pitched grading will increase the potential for erosion and damage to landscaping and hardscaping alike. That’s when site drainage, French drains or a drywell can be of assistance.

Boccia Inc. can visually survey most properties and design a drywell or drainage system to manage the water flow. The discharges from roof gutter downspouts can be directed into sub-grade pipes that flow to daylight or drywells, so the water doesn’t end up against a basement wall. Gardens and grassy areas that are overburdened with water can remain swampy days after a storm. For them to be drained, leach systems must passively remove water from the ground. A French Drain system can even reroute pooled water to the water recharge well.

Boccia Inc. has an array of unique, ingenious drywell and drainage systems, which they’ve pioneered over decades in the industry. The consultants at Boccia Inc. are experts in Long Island water management, and they have an unusual ability to understand how water flows in relation to the whole property. This helps them to understand how it will affect a particular location under severe deluges. In many circumstances, they will invent a solution when one does not exist. Nobody knows and does property drainage from Long Island weather like Boccia Inc.

For more information, please visit http://bocciabros.com/

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