French Drain Installation is a primary focus for CMG Sprinklers and DrainsAngie’s List has awarded us their Customer Service Award for the State of Oklahoma for top quality French Drain Installation.  Along with the French Drain Customer Service Award, Angie’s List has given CMG their top A+ Rating and placed us at the top of their website for Oklahoma French Drain Installation.

 

CMG also installs a variety of other types of Drains.  Our Drainage Systems may utilize: French Drains, Surface Drains, Channel Drains, Trench Drains, Basin Drains, and Sump Pumps.  In the past 21 years, we have installed French Drains to keep water away from home and business foundations, Surface Drains to keep water away from sidewalks and driveways,  Trench Drains, and French Drains to keep standing water out of flowerbeds and yards, and Sump Pumps to remove water from basements and outdoor low lying areas.

French Drain with stepping stones

French Drain with stepping stones

 

French Drains can be installed by themselves, or as part of a Drainage System that uses other French Drains, Surface Drains, or other Drain combinations.  Typically a French Drain is used to protect a broad area that has a lot of standing water.  A French Drain might run along side a homes foundation, or beside a driveway, or on any Drainage Project where Sub-Surface water is the primary problem.  If water is running toward your home under ground ( through sandy soil), A French Drain is the only Solution  for draining away water flowing under ground.

 

If you live in Oklahoma City and need a French Drain installed in your yard, or along your driveway, or near your foundation, give CMG a call.  If you live in Edmond or Norman and need a Surface Drain installed in the concrete in your sidewalk or driveway, we can help.  If you live in Mustang or Yukon and would like to protect your trees or flower beds from standing water with a French Drain, CMG specializes in just that!

Cutting the curb for a French Drain Outlet

Cutting the curb for a French Drain Outlet

 

CMG Sprinklers and Drains — Servicing Central Oklahoma since 1993.    405-226-0629   e-mail  cmgsprinklers@hotmail.com

CMG provides or installs:

(1.)Drainage Systems for home or business

(2.) Sprinkler Systems for home or business

(3.) Expert Sprinkler Repair for existing Sprinkler Systems

(4.) Rain/Freeze Sensor Installation for existing Sprinkler Systems

(1.) Drainage Systems by CMG can utilize:  French Drains, Surface Drains, Channel Drains, Basement Drains, Trench Drains, Basin Drains, and Sump Pumps.  We install a variety of Drains to solve a variety of Drainage Problems CMG can design a Drainage System for your specific Drainage Problems.  Some or our Drainage Systems are very simple and require one specific Drain, others are complex and require several kinds of drains.  Give us a call or send us an email for a free estimate.   405-226-0629     cmgsprinklers@hotmail.com

(2.) Sprinkler Systems Installed by CMG are fully Automatic and Self Draining.  Once completed, Our Sprinkler Systems Require very little maintenance.  To prepare a CMG designed Sprinkler System for winter, just turn off the Sprinkler Controller,  that’s it!  Typically we install Rain Bird or Hunter Sprinkler Parts unless  another brand is requested.

(3.) If you already have a Lawn Sprinkler System, but it is not working properly, CMG can help.  We can provide expert Sprinkler Repair for any Sprinkler System located in Central Oklahoma.

CMG Sprinklers and Drains can help with:

1.  Sprinkler Controller Problems

2. Leaking Back-Flow Valves

3.  Leaking Pipes

4.  Shorted or disconnected valve wires

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

6. Broken Sprinkler Heads

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


CMG Sprinklers and Drainscan help if you need to re-design your Sprinkler System.  If for example you are adding a swimming pool in your back yard, we can move the Sprinkler Heads and Sprinkler Pipes to fit the new dimensions of your yard.  We can redesign or add-on to sprinkler systems where the home owners needs change.

(4.) Rain/Freeze Sensor Installation –  If you own a Sprinkler System,  consider the installation of a Rain/Freeze Sensor.  If you are away from home and your Sprinkler System needs to be turned off because it is raining or gets too cold, the Rain/Freeze Sensor will do it for you.  It will also turn your Sprinkler System back on when it dries  out or warms up.

If you have questions concerning Sprinkler Systems or Drainage Systems please send us an e-mail atcmgsprinklers@hotmail.com

CMG services Central Oklahoma including:  Norman, Oklahoma City, Moore, Edmond, Midwest City, Del City, Yukon, Mustang, Blanchard, Newcastle, Purcell.

CMG Sprinklers and Drains 405-226-0629

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