EASTERN CONNECTICUT DRAINAGE CONTRACTOR.
Need a drainage contractor Stonington CT? For flooding and poor water drainage, call a respected contractor with experience. D. Kyle Stearns Contracting Inc. has 23 years of experience correcting faulty drainage in Connecticut. His team is well-versed in correcting flooding issues in environmentally sensitive areas. If your home’s driveway or company parking lot is prone to flooding during rainy weather, call Kyle. Developed land near waterways and lakes, marshes and wetlands require special drainage solutions. When your property is located near the shoreline, your contractor must implement solutions that divert the water without damaging the environment.
CAUSES OF FLOODING
There are a number of situations will cause water to collect on your property. Water flowing from a hillside will naturally flow downhill. Periods of fast snow melt or heavy rainfall may flow toward your foundation or driveway. Many homeowners call us about standing water in the yard or wet basements. Others observe undercutting of driveways and hardscapes. It is important to have your drainage issues corrected early to prevent structural damage. As a licensed drainage solutions contractor, D. Kyle Stearns and his crew have the expertise to troubleshoot and correct any drainage issues on your property.
Above is an example channel drains installed in a new concrete apron in front of a client’s garage.
Kyle will evaluate the grade of your property, inspect your gutters, and find a solution to correct driveway flooding. Homes in watershed areas and wetlands are under special environmental constraints. Your contractor must consider the environmental impact of removing waste water from shoreline properties. With decades of experience solving flooding, septic, and drainage issues in sensitive areas, you won’t find a better contractor for your job. Kyle has earned a stellar reputation over the years. Serving residential or commercial properties in greater Stonington and Mystic CT. Call 860-450-1592 for a consultation today.