Quality Drainage Systems from North Shore PavingAt North Shore Paving, we construct quality storm water drainage systems of various sizes and to various scales on a regular basis. We cater to both residential and commercial sectors, providing systems that are tailored to the project’s specific requirements.
All of our work conforms to both Australian and RMS standards as requited. We source our products from a range of industry-leading suppliers, allowing us to create the highest-quality products for our clients. But quality materials are only one aspect of what sets our drainage services apart.
Just as importantly, all of our work is carried out by qualified, experienced foremen who are committed to producing the highest standard of workmanship. They’ll get the job done quickly and professionally, with no fuss and according to your pre-determined budget.
We Provide a Wide Range of Drainage Solutions across Sydney
Whatever your needs, we can provide you with a tailored drainage solution across metropolitan Sydney and the greater NSW region. Here are a few of the drainage solutions that we regularly provide for our clients:
* Storm water drainage – concrete, UPVC and FRC
* Subsoil drainage
* Detention basins – above ground and underground
* Bio-retention systems
* Inlet pits
* Extended kerb inlet pits
* Gabion mattresses
* Trench and grated drains
* Trash racks / orifice plates
* Scour protection systems
If you’re in need of quality drainage solutions for your property, get in touch with the experts at North Shore Paving. We serve residential, commercial and industrial clients alike. Our team will design and install a custom drainage system that’s perfectly suited to your needs.
Why Drainage Systems Are So Important for Properties in SydneyDrainage is one of the most important considerations to take into account when you're building, renovating or expanding upon a property. Even so, this particular consideration is often overlooked – or at least not given the attention it requires. Properties suffer as a result, and their owners end up footing expensive repair bills down the road.
If you’re renovating or extending your house, it’s important to note if this project requires excavating into a slope (if often does). In this case, a slab usually rests on retaining walls that are installed below ground level of the structure. Every retaining wall must installed with adequate subsoil drainage, which must be located below the floor level and capable of directing water to outlets.
However, it is all too common for the drains to be installed at inappropriate depths. For example, subsoil drainage is capable of channelling water away from structures, buildings or pavements. But when it comes to seepage, water can pass out of these channels as quickly as it is directed into them. This can leave the ground saturated and ultimately compromise the structural soundness of your building or pavement.