Drain Tiles – What Are They and how do They Work?
March 31, 2015
Drain tiles are essentially drainage systems whose main function is to manage excess water that builds up around a property. They also have a variety of different uses in both the construction and agricultural fields. When it comes to residential use, most people in the construction industry consider drain tiles to be the ideal solution for managing water around a home’s foundation and preventing basement seepage.Common Drain Tile Applications
- Farm Drainage
- Yard Drainage
- Foundation Drainage
This type of drain tile application can drain water from beneath and around your home’s crawl space and/or your basement, keeping water away from your foundation.
Drain Tile Repair
If you notice water accumulating around your property or in your basement, this is a sign that your drain tile isn’t doing its job. That’s when you need to call the experts at Tap-Roots for professional drain tile repair in Vancouver. We’ll ensure that your drain tile is repaired or replaced properly and efficiently. Give us a call at 604-222-1282 and let’s get your project started!
The Difference Between Water Filtration and Water Purification
In order to make sure that the water in your home is as clean as possible, you’ll either need a water filtration system or a water purification system. While the two might sound like they are the same, there are differences between them. Tap-Roots is here to help you make sure that your home’s water … Continue reading The Difference Between Water Filtration and Water Purification
How Does Pipe Re-lining Work?
Pipe re-lining is a process that repairs your damaged sewage pipes without having to dig up any drains. Instead of digging a wide and unnecessary long trench, professionals use the new pipe re-lining technology which doesn’t require much digging and is much stronger than the current method of pipe replacement. During a pipe re-lining procedure, … Continue reading How Does Pipe Re-lining Work?
Common Plumbing Problems that are Best Left to the Pros
We know how it goes. You want to get your hands dirty a bit, turn a couple of wrenches, and show that you know a thing or two about plumbing. There is certainly a time and place for that, but sometimes you are better off calling a plumber. There are many DIY things you can … Continue reading Common Plumbing Problems that are Best Left to the Pros