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The Costs of Not Maintaining a Stormwater Facility
Are you responsible for maintaining your property’s stormwater facility? You may be concerned about the costs of preventative maintenance, but rest assured that keeping it flowing smoothly is a cost-effective investment. The real costs lie in not maintaining the facility. Consider the dangers of letting a stormwater facility go unmaintained for too long. Unnecessary Repairs…
The Dangers of Improper City Stormwater Drainage
Climate change and the severe storms that accompany it have many cities making alterations to how they manage drainage concerns. Cities that don’t take action to better handle stormwater runoff, or extra water that flows over the ground during heavy rains, could face serious flooding, erosion, and even urban habitat degradation – all of which…
How Should Property Managers & HOAs Deal With Stormwater?
Stormwater management is likely one of the more specialized areas of responsibility you face if you manage a homeowners association or other property here in the DMV and DC area, and there’s a lot that goes into it. Extreme weather is becoming more common, and even a typical rainstorm can pose a risk to your…
The 5 Methods for Managing Stormwater Runoff Volume
Stormwater runoff, or extra water that flows over the ground, occurs when heavy rain collects on top of impervious surfaces (such as rooftops, driveways, and parking lots) that don’t allow the water to seep into the ground or follow a natural path to larger waterways. This inevitably causes problems like flooding, erosion, and habitat degradation.…
What is an Impervious Surface?
Roads. Parking lots. Sports fields. Patios. Rooftops. Sidewalks. These surfaces are all around us and are generally considered useful constructs in everyday life. But they also pose serious environmental hazards. Known as impervious surfaces, these areas may slow or prevent water from soaking into the ground. As a result, more water is forced to run…
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Incredible stormwater management service. The owner John consulted on a property I manage and ended up saving us thousands of dollars in environmental fees from the government. Now, our property is compliant with the EPA and we have a great partner to keep us maintained on storm water regulations over time.
Property owners in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, are often responsible for stormwater management. This means you may have to choose between a detention or...
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