A drainage problem at home, building, business or other property is a problem that no one wants to deal with, and oftentimes it’s hard for homeowners or business owners to know how to fix it themselves. A good drainage solution can help keep your basement dry, keep your business’s property safe from water damage, and keep your home’s foundation free from standing water. To find the best drainage solution, start your search with concrete drain at EARTHLOK.
EarthLOK’s product line is a patented, epoxy-based, non-shrink, non-corrosive, non-sagging, non-staining, non-corrosive, non-fouling, non-tracking, non-fertilizer, low-odour, environmentally friendly, and 100% recyclable precast concrete drain system. Designed and manufactured for homeowner installation, this unique product has revolutionized the way homes are drained and landscaped.
EarthLOK’s patented precast concrete drain system is a one-piece, factory-finished, self-contained concrete unit designed and cured for ultimate performance and ease of installation. It can be installed horizontally or vertically. It is available for both residential and commercial applications.”
Drain systems need periodic cleaning, and homeowners will find that the best method for cleaning a drain is with an EarthLok drain cleaning machine. There are many benefits associated with using a drain cleaner, including:
- You will have fresh running water
- Clear the drain
- Completely clean the drain
- Eliminate unpleasant odours
- Save money on plumbing costs
- Eliminate the need for a plumber
EarthLok is an industry leader in concrete drain products, and they now have a new drain product available: the drain in-floor system. This type of drain is designed for gravity flow, so it doesn’t have the added expense of pressurized water. And because it’s installed into the sub-floor, there’s no chance of the drain clogging up since the water is flowing freely.
EARTHLOK’s In-Ground Drainage Systems are durable, long-lasting, and made with only the highest quality materials. The patented 100 per cent certified expansion joints are designed to allow drainage and expansion for concrete. These drain systems are also compatible with various types of soil conditions (sand, clay) and can be installed via a variety of methods.