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Perforated Drains | Weeping Tile | French Drain

Publication date:
May 19, 2021
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Perforated drain pipes, also known as French drains or weeping tiles, are crucial for basement waterproofing and draining excess water away from a property. They are commonly used to move rainwater away from the house and prevent standing groundwater. These pipes are useful in preventing water accumulation on large driveways and paved areas, as well as ensuring optimal drainage for gardening purposes. ROOTERWORX is a professional service provider that offers cost-effective and hygienic French drain repair and new installation services. The timely services of expert cleaning provided by ROOTERWORX ensure the longevity of the drainage system, restore the free-flowing of stormwater, and prevent blockages that could lead to bacterial and insect growth.


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Perforated Drains | Weeping Tile | French Drain
May 19, 2021
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