The Landscape Resource Centre have an accumulated wealth of experience in dealing with land drainage issues as they apply in the amenity and landscape situation. To achieve the greatest potential benefit from any landscape or garden situation it must be correctly drained. Wet lawns don't thrive, are harder to keep and often too wet to use when you want to. Border plants can suffer badly from saturated ground, and nobody likes a patio or terrace that floods. If you frequently loose plants and garden trees for no apparent reason it could be a drainage issue. Installing drainage into an existing garden doesn't always involve huge diggers and the destruction of what you already have. Wet lawns don't always need draining, there are a host of other conditions that may be preventing your lawn from thriving, with our experience in turf management we may be able to help.
We do a lot of 'find and fix' troubleshooting with existing failing drainage systems. Drains can fail due to silting up, the ingress of plant or tree roots, damage by earth movement, and damage by vehicles etc. many such systems can be restored to working order with minimum intervention. and much less disruption than installing a new system.
Interesting fact. the poorest drained lawns are also most likely to suffer from drought as they will have poorly developed shallow roots.
We have our own specialist trenching equipment and backfilling machines for amenity and sports drainage.