Our Drainage Services

Bubbler Pot

Using a bubbler pot is a common way to remove standing water and runoff water from your home. Our professionals can identify the proper placement for your bubbler pot and soundly install it, as well.

Cove Drain

The cove joint is where your basement wall meets your basement floor—an area that is particularly susceptible to hydrostatic (groundwater) pressure. Our Ram Jack contractors can properly install a high-quality cove joint drain to keep this vulnerable area dry and free of water intrusion damage.

Flow Wells

A Flo-Well is a device that is installed in your yard to collect surface runoff water before it can be absorbed back into the ground. These are useful for properties prone to flooding after heavy rains.

Freeze Stops

Freeze Stop is a device most homeowners with sump pumps should consider—especially if they are exposed to colder climates. Simply put: Freeze Stop prevents your sump pump lines from freezing and water from backing up into your basement.

GeoChannel Drainage System

The Geo Channel drainage system is one of the most innovative and noninvasive drainage systems on the market. The key is its unwoven fabric that relieves hydrostatic pressure in your yard while still holding the soil in place.

Drainage Inspection Ports

Do you know if your basement drainage channel system is working or experiencing a blockage? Our foundation repair experts can install inspection ports into your new or existing system so the integrity of your drainage system can always be checked.

Trench Drain

It’s normal for surface water to seep or be tracked into your basement if your basement has outdoor access. The TrenchDrain system is installed at the bottom of exterior stairwells and across thresholds to trap and drain away intruding surface water from outside.

Window Wells Drainage Solutions

Basement windows are a particularly vulnerable location for basement leaks. Window wells are wells installed around these windows to drain incoming rain water and prevent serious leaks from occurring.

Yard Drainage Basins

Yard basins, or “catch basins,” are basins that are installed in the soil of a homeowner’s lawn to collect rainwater and drain it way from the property. This kind of system can greatly reduce the hydrostatic pressure in the soil around your home, making your basement less susceptible to leaks.

Yard Drainage

Yard basins are most effective when used in conjunction with a larger yard drainage system. Our Ram Jack professionals can assess your property and install the proper drainage channels and pipes effectively and with as little disruption to your lawn as possible.

Debris Filters

Debris filters are a critical part of most yard drainage (or underground downspout) systems. With rainwater comes naturally occurring debris that can clog your system and cause leaks your home. These filters, when properly installed and maintained, can prevent this from happening.

Egress Window Installation

Egress windows are windows that are designed to open and, in the case of an emergency, allow someone to exit the house. These windows are often installed for basements and require their own wells and drainage features.

French drain installation

French drains use a perforated piping system to drain rain and groundwater away from a property and reduce groundwater pressure. Our foundation repair experts can assess whether or not a French drain is right for your property.

External drainage

For some properties, the installation of an external drainage system may be the best solution for keeping the basement leak free. These systems connect the property to a nearby storm drain that is situated deeper in the ground than the basement floor.