Are you experiencing storm water damage or other drainage or erosion control problems at your Wynnewood, Merion Station, or Narberth Main Line, Philadelphia property? With over 35 years of experience in solving residential drainage and storm water damage problems, Aardweg Landscaping of Newtown Square offers reasonably priced design and repair services for the following common drainage issues:
Storm Water Runoff Damage Repair
Light Grading for Swale, Terrace and Berm Construction
French Drains and Underground Piping
Retaining Wall Construction
Erosion Control on Sloped Residential Properties
Storm water damage and erosion control problems are first addressed by light grading to add carefully located swales, terraces or berms directing runoff away from the home and toward underground piping, French drains or public storm water facilities. Grading may be required to repair retaining walls damaged by water build up behind the wall, or large amounts of water running over the wall.
New retaining walls are carefully designed with drainage piping behind the wall, and strategically located to direct water toward appropriate drainage areas. Retaining walls and associated landscape plants and shrubs add beauty to your Wynnewood, Merion Station, or Narberth Main Line, Philadelphia estate; while also functioning as central elements in creating storm water flow paths across your property.
Contact Aardweg design professional Stephen T Aardweg, APLD for a free consultation to make a careful assessment of the storm water runoff landscape damage and drainage issues. One of a small number of Main Line Philadelphia landscape designers certified by the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Steve Aardweg has extensive experience in solving storm water damage and erosion control problems for Wynnewood, Merion Station, and Narberth Main Line, Philadelphia area homeowners.
To schedule your free consultation, contact Aardweg Landscaping at 610-355-0703.
Visitors to Merion Station, Pennsylvania can look forward to the reopening of The Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation in the spring of 2012. Quoting from ‘Arboretum‘, “Extensive collections of species and varieties that are extremely significant as genetic resources and as conservation materials such as Lilacs, Peonies, Magnolias, Crab apples, Rhododendrons, Stewartias, etc. make this Arboretum invaluable among other public gardens.” Containing many rare and mature plants uncommon to the region, the Arboretum also has formal rose and perennial gardens. Persons interested in volunteering to work in the gardens, may call 610.667.0290.