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Having adequate storm drainage is essential to your property. This is true whether you have a residential property, commercial property, or even an industrial property. Having adequate storm drainage will prevent excess water from pooling on your property, causing damage to your grass and pavement. A storm drain can even prevent flooding on your property. For this reason, storm drainage is essential to both the aesthetics and safety of your property. If you need to learn more about storm drainage, and how to best install it, continue reading below. All Storm Drains Inc.   can assist you with your storm water removal needs. Storm Drain Installation A round cut is much more efficient and durable than a square repair. By eliminating the corners, we minimize the destructive forces that are prone to breaking a square cut. Moreover, with a round cut around the frame, we can use circular reinforcing rods which allow for maximum strength. Further, a round cut means less material (2

Difference Between Storm Sewers & Sanitary Sewer Systems | All Storm Drains Inc.

The Difference Between Storm Sewers & Sanitary Sewer Systems Everyone has seen storm drains before, and just about everyone has heard of a sewer system. But could you name the major differences between the two of them? Do you know that the two of them can often be mixed up? Not only does this mistake keep some people confused, but it can also have damaging effects on the environment and the systems built within it. Here we outline the major differences between storm drains and sewer systems, and how to properly maintain them.  A storm drain is a system designed for the purpose of carrying rainwater or melting snow. They can often be found, built into roadside curbs, alleys, or basements floors. Storm drains often carry rainwater and melted snow through an underground system that ends up in nearby rivers, creeks, or the ocean. A storm sewer contains untreated water. So the water that enters the river or ocean at the other end is the same water that entered the sys

Everything You Need to Know About A Vacuum Truck | All Storm Drains Inc.

Everything You Need to Know About A Vacuum Truck You’ve probably seen them on the road, or on the job site: large industrial trucks with holding tanks, pumps, and suction hoses. They’re called vacuum trucks, and they provide a vital service to cities and businesses needing material removed from underground, overhead, or from a distance. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about a vacuum truck. What is a Vacuum Truck Used For? Vacuum trucks , also known as vacuum tankers, are often used by cities to handle large-scale liquid and sludge clean up, most commonly in sewer and septic system maintenance. They can also be used in industrial and municipal settings to suction water and debris left from hydro-excavation or drilling jobs. From clearing mud to expose utility lines, to preventing sewer system overloads, vacuum trucks meet the needs of cities and industries requiring environmental clean up, storage tank upkeep, and w