French Drain and Septic Tank Installation in Laval, Montreal and the North Shore
Aménagement ML Excavation offers professional French drain and septic tank installation services in Laval and on the North Shore of Montreal. Our solutions are designed to ensure the structural integrity of your residential, commercial and industrial properties by ensuring full compliance with Quebec standards. We can also check your existing French drain condition to ensure that any problems are detected in time and that any drainage problems are addressed before they create irreversible damage or damage that could cost you a fortune to repair.
Contact us directly to find out more about our services, and our team will be happy to answer all your questions. We offer free estimates to help you know what to expect when working with us, so don't hesitate to ask for a quote.
Here are some of the services we offer to address the above issues:
French drain installation
French drain inspection
French drain repair
Septic tank installation
And much more!
What Is a French Drain?
Mandatory in the province of Quebec and some other provinces in Canada, a French drain is a pipe installed at the base of your property's foundation to control the water table at the height of your building. This way, whenever there is a heavy storm or a water level problem that can seep past the base of your property's foundation, the excess water will be drained away before it has a chance to reach the foundation walls.
The extra water is expelled through a drainage system that channels the water under your basement floor. The channelling then causes the water to collect in a pit or catch basin that can be pumped or drained by gravity to a municipal system.
Septic Tank Installation Service
If you need to install a septic tank with a drain field in Laval, Montreal and the North Shore, call on our septic tank installation services. There are two types of septic tanks: the collection of wastewater from toilets, called "black water" and the collection of domestic wastewater, called "all water". The septic tank and leach field are generally used when the public sewage system is missing or impossible.
The installation includes a tank and a treatment unit, as well as pre-treatment processes such as a pre-filter and a grease trap. Different types of septic tanks are available, such as concrete, steel, fiberglass and polyethylene.