Posts Tagged ‘dry well’

October 25th, 2010 - 10:19 pm § in Blog Posts, Drainage, Masonry

Exterior drainage, regrading, bluestone patio installation

Today Eric and Luis started working on a new project. They’ll be installing a trench drain around a residence in the cedarwood neighborhood of Waltham. Then they’ll enlarge the existing drywell in the driveway, making it 6′ wide, 5′ deep. They’ll install new bluestone s[...]

August 15th, 2010 - 12:09 pm § in Blog Posts, Construction, Drainage

Dry well installation

With a new perimeter drain and sump pump in the basement we’ve got to put the water somewhere! The building inspector did not want us to pump the water onto the yard even though the customer was happy with that as a solution. So we selected the farthest point from the house (and lowest point [[...]

July 19th, 2010 - 6:08 pm § in Blog Posts, Construction

Week 1 in Lexington

We completed demolition and prepped for the french drain.  We had Pro Cut come to make some doorway cuts – one from the bedroom to the living room, another to expand the existing bulkhead door into a 5′ wide opening for a new french door, and another cut to increase the opening from hal[...]

June 2nd, 2010 - 9:40 pm § in REVIEWS

Drainage and Foundation Waterproofing – Acton

Very responsive to my particular concerns. Clearly willing to provide service after the sale to ensure that I would be satisfied. Price was reasonable and service was timely. Thanks for your help. – David S. Acton[...]