Many homeowners add downspout tie-ins to their roof's guttering systems. The tie-ins are typically metal, plastic or brass and take water from the gutters to the drainage system. This type of drainage system is usually connected to catch basins, which are concrete or plastic drains that are tied into larger, underground drainage systems. The advantage of this system is that excess water doesn't build up around a home's foundation. In some cases when you have standing water we place these in as they are usually the most cost effective drain. Tightline drains are often installed for storm water in places that tend to erode when we get heavy rains. These drains can be strategically placed in hard to get areas or slopes to help divert the water. In Tulsa, Jenks, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Sand Springs, Owasso, Tulsa OK and surrounding areas.