When planning storm water retention systems, it is best to consider worst-case scenarios.
When planning a development of any size in South Carolina, the authorities are going to want to see that you have planned in storm water retention systems to ensure your project doesn’t create flooding and erosion concerns in the area. Your system must be able to handle not just regular storms, but also be equipped to deal with heavy downpours that are common in the Southeast. At L&S Site Contractor, we have the heavy equipment and expertise to install storm water retention systems that will meet requirements and provide erosion and sediment control that you can directly benefit from.
When planning storm water retention systems, it is best to consider worst-case scenarios. In this area, that means being prepared for hurricanes and the massive amount of water they produce. We also help properties where the initial system needs to be modified and upgraded because it has been found not to hold up as well as expected. We also repair and maintain storm water retention systems.
We know that no two properties have the same layout, soils, and conditions. Because of this, we don’t use a cookie-cutter approach when designing and installing storm water retention systems. We’ll come up with the custom solution that fits your situation.
We want to help you be in compliance with all requirements and have peace of mind that you won’t experience flooding, erosion, and water damage after severe weather goes through the area. Reach out today to learn more about our work with storm water retention systems beginning with a site assessment and consultation.