Reno Blog - French Drain
If you’ve noticed water infiltration in your home, it is likely due to your French drain (commonly called a weeping tile). It might even be because your home simply doesn’t have one! A French drain is essentially a large pipe installed by your home’s (or building’s) foundation with the sole purpose of collecting excess water that’s accumulated on your land &, in turn, avoiding water damage.
If you need to get one installed or get yours replaced, you’ll find all the information you need about French drains in these articles.
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12 February 2020
The best time to get your French drain replaced is when the snow begins to melt. It’s therefore important to know just how to detect French drain problems. Taking care of …
28 March 2019
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25 January 2019
A French drain keeps your foundation dry by evacuating water that accumulates around your home. Its lifespan varies, as does its installation or replacement cost, due to several factors. We’ve put together …