Rain Gardens – a water management solution
Rain Gardens are a sometimes necessary and attractive part of a drainage system. They are used in place of, or just after, a dry well or dispersion trench.
The Rain Garden is often times lined with river rock to give a natural look, and wet footed plants to help soak up some of the water. Where there are pour draining soils, a Rain Garden can hold a large quantity of water during heavy rain events. Because the Rain Garden in not back-filled to the top with rock it can hold more water than a traditional dry well. In effect a Rain Garden is a small seasonal pond. The only draw back of a Rain Garden is it takes up yard space and standing water will be visible during heavy rains.
All Things Dirt Excavating & Landscaping helps our customers work through their unique situations with water management, and help solve flooding problems, water in crawlspaces, flooded yards, or other water problems.
Our services are available in the greater Puget Sound area of Washington State including Lewis, Mason, Pierce, South King, and Thurston counties and Chelan, Kittitas and Yakima counties.