This is a good place for a French Drain

 

CMG Sprinklers and Drains –  Installing Lawn Sprinkler Systems in Central Oklahoma since 1993.  We service 100 miles in all directions from I35 – I40 interchange.  This Includes:  Oklahoma City, Yukon, Mustang, Blanchard, Chickasha, New Castle, Purcell, Norman, Moore, Edmond, Midwest City, Del City, and all surrounding areas.

Our Customers are Home Owners,  Business Owners, and Builders.  CMG Installs New Lawn Sprinkler System using Rain Bird Sprinkler System Parts.   Typically the Sprinkler System Controller is installed in the garage or on an outside wall.  Our Sprinkler Systems are FULLY AUTOMATIC AND SELF DRAINING.  NO WINTERIZATION IS NEEDED FOR OUR SPRINKLER SYSTEMS.  THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM IS TURNED TO THE ” OFF POSITION”, THE SPRINKLER PIPES THEN DRAIN AUTOMATICALLY.

We also install Drainage Systems that utilize:  French Drains, Surface Drains, Channel Drains, Basement Drains, and Sump Pumps.   A Drainage System installed by CMG might be used to Protect a Homes Foundation from Standing Water, or to Keep Water out of Floor Vents, or prevent Storm Water from Standing on Driveways or Sidewalks.  If you have water intruding into an area that is inconvenient or causing damage, a Drainage System by CMG can help!

If you already own a Sprinkler System,  CMG provides full service for Sprinkler Systems for homes and business.

CMG Sprinklers and Drains can help with:

1.  Sprinkler Controller Problems

2. Leaking Back-Flow Valves

3.  Leaking Sprinkler Pipes

4.  Shorted or disconnected Sprinkler Valve Wires

5. Sprinkler Zones or Sprinkler Stations that won’t work

6. Broken Sprinkler Heads

7. Sprinkler Head Adjustment

The Sprinkler System Problems listed above are the most common Sprinkler Problems that we deal with.

 

CMG  Sprinklers and Drains –Drainage Problems? Do you have water standing in the wrong place?  CMG can help with the installation of: French Drains, Surface Drains, Channel Drains, Basement Drains, and Sump Pumps.  We also specialize in Lawn Sprinkler installation and repair.  Servicing: Norman, Oklahoma City, Moore, Edmond, Mustang, Yukon, Mid West City, Del City, Blanchard, Purcell.

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  1. […] Contractor – We provide solutions to your Drainage Problems with the Installation of:  French Drains, Surface Drains, Channel Drains, Basement Drains and Sump Pumps. CMG also specializes in Lawn Sprinkler Installation and Repair.  Servicing: Oklahoma City, Norman, […]

  2. […] have amassed a great deal of experience designing and installing sprinkler systems,  repairing sprinkler systems, and designing and installing drainage systems.  Like everyone,  I have made mistakes, but I have […]

  3. […] 1.  Keep water away from foundations – A French Drain is best because it can move Surface Water and Sub-Surface Water (water moving under ground) away from the foundation.  Many times less experienced companies install Surface Drains to keep water away from foundations.  This can be a big mistake.  A Surface Drain can’t move or drain Sub-Surface Water.   Also A Surface Drain often can’t move enough water fast enough and easily becomes overwhelmed during a heavy rain.  A Surface Drain also can’t cover or protect a broad enough area. Surface Drains should be designed in a Drainage System to be located in smaller Drainage Areas moving moderate amounts of water.  Surface Drains look better than French Drains.  If ,”appearance” is more important than Drainage Capacity, Go with the Surface Drain.  Just know what you are getting into and what your expectations should be. One side of a foundation alone,  can be over 100 feet.  A 4 inch or 6 inch French Drain is best when protecting a large area such as a foundation. […]

  4. […] 1.  Keep water away from foundations – A French Drain is best because it can move Surface Water and Sub-Surface Water (water moving under ground) away from the foundation.  Many times less experienced companies install Surface Drains to keep water away from foundations.  This can be a big mistake.  A Surface Drain can’t move or drain Sub-Surface Water.   Also A Surface Drain often can’t move enough water fast enough and easily becomes overwhelmed during a heavy rain.  A Surface Drain also can’t cover or protect a broad enough area. Surface Drains should be designed in a Drainage System to be located in smaller Drainage Areas moving moderate amounts of water.  Surface Drains look better than French Drains.  If ,”appearance” is more important than Drainage Capacity, Go with the Surface Drain.  Just know what you are getting into and what your expectations should be. One side of a foundation alone,  can be over 100 feet.  A 4 inch or 6 inch French Drain is best when protecting a large area such as a foundation. […]

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