Looking to Install a Curtain Drain?
What are Curtain Drains?
Curtain Drain vs. French Drain
The primary difference between these two drainage systems is their location
Consider a French drain if your home is at risk of flooding because the water flows the wrong way during storms
Curtain drains are ideal for yards and homes that flood because of sitting water
Learn More about French Drains
Installing a Curtain Drain
The easiest way to install a curtain drainage system on your property is to hire a professional team
Once you know where the drainage ditch will begin and end, then it’s time to dig a hole
It seems straightforward, except, there’s another crucial aspect of the system - the angle of the tunnel
The hole for a curtain drain must be at an angle that encourages water to flow along the path instead of stopping and filling the space. The problem you’re solving is that water has nowhere to go. The solution must involve getting water somewhere else.