At some point, you may have to deal with a clogged drainage system at your home or business. One of the best ways to avoid drain system failure and water damage to property as a result, is regular maintenance. Cleaning out your landscape drainage a few times a year will help in more ways than […]
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An easy way to calculate the storm water runoff of your house or patio (in gallons per minute) is by using the modified Rational Method equation. This equation is: Q = (C x I x A) / 96.23 where:Q = Storm Water Runoff (in gallons per minute, gpm)C = Coefficient of RunoffI = Rainfall Intensity […]
There are a myriad of materials that industry leaders use to manufacture trench drain systems. ULMA Architectural Solutions went with plastic for their HYDROPLUS drainage system. Here are the top 5 reasons why ULMA made that decision: The ULMA HYDROPLUS linear drainage system is made with Polypropylene/Polyethylene (PP/PEHD). This neutral system is compatible with a wide […]
It doesn’t matter where you live, there will always be an opportunity for a weather event that can cause your driveway to flood. Storm water alone can be excessive and your driveway can easily become inundated from additional runoff from nearby rooftops, neighboring streets and sidewalks. Since water follows/pushes water, it collects and pools at […]
The grate options are expanding for the ever popular Mini Channel and Slim Channel drainage systems manufactured by National Diversified Systems (NDS). These well known and consumer friendly linear drains are manufactured in Fresno, California by NDS and warehoused in locations all over the United States. The Mini Channel is a 3-inch wide system that […]
If we learned nothing else from the now infamous State Farm® commercial, it’s that people like to have their own space. Guys have a man cave, ladies like Cheryl have their she sheds, kids have a kid cabin or treehouse and now there’s such a thing as a Granny Pod. The idea of having a […]
It’s time to discuss some plastic terminology! Disclaimer: I am not an organic chemist or a plastics engineer. I’m gathering this information from other sources and I may not be explaining it as accurately as I need to. Polyolefin — is a polymer produced from a simple olefin or alkene as a monomer. For example, […]