Get Rid of Excess Water with a French Drain System

Keep Water Away with a French Drain System

French drain systems are not only a tried and true waterproofing method, but they have also only improved with time. They have come from a ditch filled with gravel to a system with drain tiles and even geotextile fabrics to add a filter. It is a simple system, but efficient and effective. Once they have been installed, they can be covered so they are out of sight.

“French drain” is only one of its many different names, but there are certain French drain products that are leagues ahead of the rest. It is important to know what you are getting when you purchase a french drain. We offer two different types, and both have their strengths.

French Drain Solutions for your Home

One of the methods we offer is a rigid pipe design. This option uses a simple, rigid, perforated pipe that is surrounded by clean gravel. It is then covered with geotextile fabric. If a French drain is installed correctly with the rigid pipe method, it will decrease moisture in and around your home and improve the overall air quality in your home, as well.

Our other method is the ECP EZ Flow Poly Drain System. This system is the leading geosynthetic aggregate drain system. There are many benefits to this system:

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  • Lightweight and environmentally friendly
  • Gravel-free but uses proven principals used in gravel-based systems
  • 50% labor savings
  • 35% increase in water flow
  • 100% recycled materials
  • No gravel cleanup

Since this system is uniquely engineered with flow channels, void space is increased allowing more water flow. There is an engineered mesh fabric cover, geo-textile netting to prevent clogs as well. So if water is a problem in your basement, crawlspace, or landscaping, contact Pro Foundation Technology, Inc. to learn more about this product.

So contact us today and we can inspect your property, and find out if our proven rigid pipe system or the EZ Flow ECP Drain System is the right choice for you. Learn more with the help of our team. We can assist you with all your french drain system needs in Kansas or Missouri. We serve the cities of Kansas City, Columbia, Raytown, Overland Park, and the surrounding area.