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Total Plumbing & Heating recommends a series of steps homeowners can take to mitigate some of the flooding problems downspouts may cause.
When installing an additional downspout isn't an option, install a 3 x 4-in.
Cut your downspout and attach an elbow and, if necessary, an extension, to direct rainwater into your garden and away from your house's foundation.
Water collected off the front half of the roof is directed through two downspouts into an underground syste that waters the front garden; a 4-inch perforated drainpipe carries the water to plants.
The downspout may be too small for the amount of water collected by the roof area; there may also be a problem with either gutters (if there are any) or other means of directing water to the downspout.
If you're still getting water in the basement after sloping the ground away from the house and adding gutters and downspout extensions, then a drainage system may be the only solution.
Tanks below downspouts can be siphoned off to other tanks in the garden, such as one near a vegetable garden.
To fix the problem, first move the downspout to direct water away from the fence.
A good place to set up a rain garden is under a downspout, so rain running off roofs is collected.
A The downspout is dumping water against the house.
The panels catch water falling through gaps in the deck and channel it to a gutter that drains through a downspout.
Tenders are invited for work includes approx 11,550 lf of 3" downspout drain pipes; investigate/inspect 127 existing downspout leaders in 50 single-family homes; install approx 2,000 lf of 6" sanitary lateral cipp and 52 sanitary sewer cleanouts; various surface restoration quantities, and other such work as may be necessary to complete the contract.