We Are Water Commanders
We think of water management much the same way a 3-Star General manages his troops in the field. The front line of our defense is the roof; the flanks are penetration points in your foundation and the rear is the underlying soil / ground water conditions of your property. It’s a war out there – are you prepared for battle?
Water Management Strategy
Every site has an inherent water management system whether you realize it or not. It all starts with the roof and how your home sheds water. And like all systems, maintenance is always required.
We have one rule – “Water Always Wins!" Victor Coppola, Enviro Advisor
The ideal WMS is a triple redundant system that gives you enough time to get home and "batten down the hatches." What’s your Water Management System comprised off?
Not As Simple As You Thought
We all like to think we are pretty capable individuals and can figure this stuff out. But dealing with water issues that involve such a variety of considerations mike be more than you can handle. We can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
Very! Moisture drives all biological processes in a built environment, and the way moisture moves through a home can help explain what is going on. Take older / historic homes, and the moisture issues can be very complex.
Simply sink a large, sturdy plastic bucket in the ground that has a lot of small 1/2 inch holes in it. Pack the area around the bucket with gravel and line the area to keep fine dirt out. Water will collect in the bucket where a mechanical pump will sit. As the water level rises, the pump will engage and remove the water. The bigger the bucket, the less your pump has to engage, thus extending the life of your pump.
From $35/LF to $75/LF depending on site conditions, mechanics and access.