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Is your current driveway culvert drain failing? Do you often have excess water run off during heavy rains that run onto your property causing flooding? Culverts are an ideal solution to manage excess water flow and prevent downstream flooding and erosion along a roadway or driveway. They allow water to flow under driveways with minimum obstruction. Call Robinson Landscape for an estimate as most of these jobs can be completed in one day.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What types of culverts are there?

There are several types of culverts, including box culverts, pipe culverts, and arch culverts. The choice depends on the volume of water flow, site conditions, and specific project requirements.

2. How do I know which type of culvert is right for my property?

The type of culvert suitable for your property depends on factors such as water flow rate, soil type, road width, and environmental impact. Robinson Landscape can perform a site assessment to recommend the most appropriate culvert type.

3. What does the process of installing a culvert involve?

Installing a culvert typically involves site assessment, obtaining necessary permits, excavation, placing the culvert structure, backfilling, and then restoring the site. Robinson Landscape handles all aspects of the installation to ensure it meets local regulations and functional requirements.

4. Do I need a permit to install a culvert in Pennsylvania or New Jersey?

Yes, you usually need a permit to install a culvert as it involves alterations to water flow and land use. Robinson Landscape can assist with the permitting process, ensuring all local environmental and construction regulations are followed.

5. How long does culvert installation take?

The duration of culvert installation can vary based on the complexity of the project, the type of culvert being installed, and weather conditions. Small-scale projects might take a few days, while larger installations could take weeks. Robinson Landscape provides a timeline after assessing the site.

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