EZFlow drainage systemsWelcome to the Hessenauer Sprinkler Repair and Irrigation blog and website. We like to keep our readers informed about news, tips and advice concerning irrigation systems and drainage here in Central Florida. Today we would like to give our online visitors the scoop on the NDS EZ Flow French Drain versus traditional French drains.

Understanding your drainage system allows flooding resolutions to come easier when they occur. Basically, drainage systems use a series of pipes to channel water from downspouts and other areas that collect water out to the street or to underground drains.

NDS EZ Flow French Drains are much easier and less laborious than traditional pipe, rock and sock drains because they eliminate lugging tons of river rock for a drainage job. The NDS EZ Flow French Drain is up to 40 percent more efficient than the traditional type due to the construction involved and far easier to install at any home or business.

The NDS EZ Flow French Drains involve carrying the system in on your shoulder, digging a trench and dropping in the drain. A sump pump can be used to provide assistance with problems from water collecting in low points of the lawn or landscape.

Drainage system installations can provide solutions for poor gradient drainage issues. Sump pumps are used to remove water accumulating in a water collecting sump basin, and provides the lowest point for the french drain to exit out to. Using a float switch, the sump pump discharges water into the sump the float switch will rise.

Since the NDS EZ Flow French Drains are a much easier drainage system to install, I would never resort to installing traditional type french drains.

Allow us to resolve your flooding and drainage problems. We offer solutions to all your irrigation and drainage needs, so be sure to contact us today at 407-302-2227 concerning irrigation system sales, service, maintenance, installation and repair. Keep posted on our blog and website for more on residential and commercial irrigation system projects here in Orlando and Central Florida.