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LEE Sprinkler Drainage



Inadequate or poorly designed drainage systems around your Flower Mound home can result in dangerous water accumulation and the potential threat of jeopardizing the structural integrity of your foundation. At LEE, our skilled experts are prepared to evaluate your specific situation and provide the suitable solution for your property. Recognizing that a one-size-fits-all drainage approach may not be suitable for all cases, we have the expertise and capability to create a customized design that precisely caters to your unique requirements.

We Can Tackle Anything From Small Residential To Commercial Drainage Projects in Flower Mound, Including


Low-Profile Inlets
PROBLEM: Standing Water & Soggy Grass

Renowned for its dependability, LEE is a foundation preservation company that places a strong focus on serving the Flower Mound community. Since 1971, we have consistently upheld our goal of elevating the quality of life in North Texas. Our steadfast commitment to assisting homeowners in cultivating flourishing landscapes, sturdy foundations, and an eco-conscious environment is highlighted by our acknowledgment from the Better Business Bureau. Should you need support, feel free to contact our skilled Flower Mound specialists for a personalized estimate carefully tailored to meet your distinct needs.

Grass Swale
PROBLEM: Standing Water & Soggy Grass

Continual damp areas on your property can have a negative impact on its aesthetic appeal and functional usability. Furthermore, standing water creates a breeding ground for mosquitoes and fungi, presenting a threat to both the visual attractiveness and the structural soundness of your home’s foundation.

Grass Swale With Concrete Flume
PROBLEM: Standing Water & Soggy Grass

Perpetually moist regions on your premises can detrimentally influence its visual appeal and functional utility. Beyond acting as breeding grounds for mosquitoes and fungi, stagnant water also presents a hazard to the structural integrity of your home’s foundation.

Retaining Wall
PROBLEM: Soil Erosion

Permitting unregulated water flow to impact exposed ground can trigger erosion, leading to unsightly problems that impact not only the visual appearance but also compromise structural integrity. Erosion near your foundation can lead to the formation of cracks both inside and outside your home.

Shallow French Drain
PROBLEM: Standing Water & Soggy Grass

Prolonged wet areas across your property can result in unfavorable consequences related to both its visual attractiveness and practical functionality. Beyond fostering a breeding environment for mosquitoes and fungi, stagnant water also poses a threat to the structural stability of your home’s foundation.

Deep French Drain with Pump
PROBLEM: Foundation Upheaval

The movement of groundwater often goes unnoticed, concealed beneath the ground’s surface. However, when it takes place near a home’s foundation, it can lead to foundation upheaval, causing both surface shifts and structural harm.

Channel Drain
PROBLEM: Standing Water on Concrete

Water-retaining areas can form in concrete on patios, sidewalks, or driveways.

Replace Concrete
PROBLEM: Bad Concrete

Problems such as stagnant water and extensive cracking can emerge as a result of inadequately constructed patios, sidewalks, or driveways.

30 and 45 Degree Connections
PROBLEM: Slow Water Flow and Blockage

This concern emerges when contractors incorporate 90-degree bends into the system. The recommended solution entails using 30 and 45-degree bends within the pipeline, as it enhances water flow velocity and simplifies the process of cleaning the drainage system.