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Drainage/Rainwater Collection


Drainage


Rainwater Collection

All Green provides a variety of services to solve your water problems. From simple downspout extensions to complex drainage problems, foundation drainage as well as standing water in driveways, sidewalks or grass areas, we have the solution. Yard drains, driveway drains, sidewalk drains, downspout drainage and much more.
The proper grade, fall or slope on which the pipe is laid is critical. Any reversals or dips in the grade will greatly reduce the life and effectiveness of the drain system. The pipe should have a continuous downhill fall over the entire length of the drain line. Pipe should drop 2.5 inches in 10 feet which amounts to .25 inch for every foot. Regardless of the contour of the landscape, our pipe installation maintains a downward slope.
We are here to provide you the best work to ensure your satisfaction.
We offer a variety of methods of collecting rainwater to our consumers. While there are different types of collection like:rain barrels, above ground or underground cisterns, and other collection devices. Such harvested rainwater is frequently used for irrigation, but can also be a source of water for flushing toilets, washing vehicles, and, in some cases, for drinking water.

Whether these systems can offer a financial payback for homeowners has been a point of contention, but that is possible.

“When you look at the value of water, with people now getting $300, $400, and $500 water bills, the return on investment is much better on residential than it had been in the past, based on the cost of water going up, the water that you’re saving, and the new rooftop tax or impervious surfaces tax that a lot of municipalities are charging now.


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