Welcome to AAA Home Drainage.com, the Online Information Center for Home Drainage. This website was created by Darrel Lundeen who passed away in October of 2011. He is loved and respected by all who worked with him. We hope you can enjoy and receive the benefits from this extensive website of useful information.
I recently was asked to be a guest on The Epodogy Podcast for a special show spotlighting Home Drainage. The Epodogy Podcast is produced by Media1250.
The show covers many of the basic topics I’m most often asked about such as what causes drainage problems, etc.
Please send me an email if you’d like to hear more audio programs. My mission is to help you resolve those drainage issues (ideally, before they cause chaos with your home) and I’m always looking to find ways to get the word out on the benefits of professional home drainage solutions.
Anyway, here is the show for your listening pleasure – hope you enjoy – and thanks!
Pleased to announce the release of several new entries to my Home Drainage eBooks series.
These eBooks are designed to help you avoid and diagnose drainage problems. It’s my objective to share my experience and help you preserve equity in your properties. You can download the eBook PDFs below.
eBooks currently available for download:
17 Ways to Determine If You Have a Drainage Problem
A useful guide for printing out and conducting your own walk around inventory of your home. -> Download here
Brain Damage: Home Drainage Botched Big Time
Horror stories not for the faint of heart. Bad advice gone wrong. You’ve been warned! -> Download here
15 Smoking Guns: Groundwater Home Inspections
For those who’ve always wondered what are the key groundwater problems a licensed home inspector will look for. A must read for realtors and anyone buying or selling a home. -> Download here
Hope you enjoy the books and thanks to all who have continued in supporting this site.
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