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Address

454 North Corona Avenue, Valley Stream, New York, 11580

Email

George@AllStormDrains.com

Phone

Office: 516.825.1010 | Fax: 631.475.2898

Water Removal Service

All Storm Drains Inc. | Storm Water Management Service | Nassau & Suffolk County, Long Island, NY | Phone: 516.825.1010 Fax: 631.475.2898 | George@AllStormDrains.com

454 North Corona Avenue
Valley Stream, NY, 11580


All Storm Drains Inc.

"When It Rains It Drains"

All Storm Drains Inc. is a fully Licensed & Insured Storm Water Management professional Drainage Cleaning service. We specialize in Drainage System Maintenance throughout the Long Island area. Services include parking lot overflows, drywells, high pressure water jetting, rain drains, catch basins, & storm drains. Email us today! George@AllStormDrains.com


Licensed & Insured
Water Removal Specialist
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How Drywells Work?

What Is a Dry Well System?

Contemporary drainage syastem today are simaial to those of the 1800′s. They are designed to accomodate rainfal, and a good design accomodates surface area, and and is constructed to pitch rain water and debris.
The final location water and debris is collected usually leads to a catch basin or a dry well. Both units are components of a storm drain system. They are now created as pre-cast concrete rings that are steel reinforced internally.


How Does A Drainage System Work?

Drainage systems function by rain or flood water leading to a dry well or catch basin. As the water is submerged to a lower point, water is led to a collection of pipes or cylindric units that coral to huge main points scattering wasted water and debris throughout multiple distribution points. This is called a torm drain system.

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What Is A Storm Drain?

The storm water drain is only one part of your storm drain system system. It is designed to remove rain water and debris from your parking lot, street,bridge, or even roof.