French Drains

French Drain Services In The Greater Boston Area

Whereas gutters collect rain as it runs off your roof, French drains are the single line of defense against groundwater and the damage it can do to the basement, lawn, garden, walkway, or entrance of your property. Though typically low-maintenance, French drains require yearly servicing to prevent clogs from dirt, sediment, and other foreign objects.

French Drain Repair Services

Your personal drain technician will take the time to thoroughly clean your French drain, inspect it for leaks, cracks, misalignment, and other forms of damage; and explain the best ways to prevent clogs in the future. With Boston Drain Company you can be confident that the job is done right – we even offer video pipe inspection to visually verify the condition of your French drain.

What is a French Drain?

A French drain is a ditch in the ground, inset with a PVC pipe under a level of gravel and is used to carry water away from your property. Groundwater management is crucial to preventing water damage and standing water, which can produce bacteria and foul odors.

Reasons To Install A French Drain

Our team well equipped to meet your french drain repair or installation needs. If you are curious as to why you may need a french drain, here are a few examples as to how it may benfit your home. Our team would be more than happy to come out and diagnose the best possible solution for your home or business.

  • If you frequently encounter flooded or soggy lawns or a driveway that washes out during heavy rains
  • Groundewater is entering your basement
  • If you’re building a retaining wall on a hillside

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Boston Drain Company has over 30 years of experience as trusted leaders in the local community for fast, efficient residential or commercial sewer & drain services. For immediate service call us directly at 617-265-8888 or submit a contact form!

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