It is so important to deal with a surface water management issue up-front, before it really becomes an issue, rather than constantly ‘fire-fighting’ the issue after it arises. Our friends at ULMA Architectural Solutions recently published an interesting anecdote to illustrate just this.
Like all good stories with a ‘moral’, ULMA’s anecdote does not relate directly to surface water management. But it does paint a very relatable tale that goes like this:
My neighbour Tom arrives with his car at the garage door and does the following-
1. He opens the garage door with the remote control,
2. He gets out of the car,
3. He takes 3 bags, 1 box and a large piece of junk from inside the garage to the driveway
4. He gets back into the car,
6. He parks the car in the garage and after parking the car, goes through the same process in reverse
7. He takes the 3 bags, the box and the large piece of junk and puts it back in the garage from which he just removed it and places it behind his parked car.
And so on, every time he has to park the car.
Not once, not twice… but every day, and I cannot fathom why.
Surely, the solution is to spend an afternoon tidying up the garage and getting rid of junk therefore allowing him to park his car with ease.
Obviously, the moral of the story here is to deal with a surface water management issue proactively so that your solution is in place and ready to avoid the ill-effects of heavy or sustained downpours. ULMA’s Sloped Line Drainage, available from Killeshal Precast can be a significant part of the solution.
The built-in 2.5% slope in ULMA’s sloped drainage channel brings some distinct advantages over non-sloped channel drainage systems:
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Manufactured using polymer concrete, Killeshal’s ULMA Line Drainage Channels are designed to the highest specifications and tailored to a myriad of scenarios.
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