CT Stormwater Drainage System Maintenance in Greenwich, Stamford & Westchester County

Greater Riverside
Regular maintenance inspections of your underground pipes, yard drains, catch basins, trench drains and stormwater chambers can save you costly repairs in the future.

Stormwater system repair & maintenance services

Like with any utility, a stormwater drainage system needs regular maintenance to ensure that it is operational and efficient. This is why your local municipality provides a Stormwater Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Plan that explains what is required of you in order to maintain your stormwater system.

Condominium buildings and commercial establishments typically require frequent high-pressure water jetting to remove toxins, leaf buildup and debris that accumulate in the lines. Clogs in downspouts and underground extensions can cause severe flooding and damage to the building. 'Connecticut Stormwater Authority' can resolve these issues with their professional jetting equipment in Greenwich, Stamford, New Canaan and surrounding areas.

If you're confused about what is expected of you, Connecticut Stormwater Authority can help you understand. Contact us to learn more. We proudly serve Connecticut homeowners in Riverside, Greenwich, Stamford, and nearby.

Required stormwater drainage system maintenance

Required stormwater drainage system maintenance
Regular maintenance will ensure your system is operating efficiently.

Not sure of what kind of stormwater system maintenance will be expected of you? Here are some abridged requirements Connecticut Stormwater Authority universally sees with most municipalities:

  1. Owners shall retain the services of qualified inspectors and maintenance providers to operate and ensure the maintenance of the stormwater system
  2. If the homeowner does not keep up maintenance on the stormwater system, the town is authorized, but not required, to service the stormwater system. The town may then levy all associated costs of inspections, maintenance, repairs, and associated fees against the owner(s).
  3. System and components should be inspected and serviced a minimum twice a year, once just before Winter and once during Spring cleanup.
  4. If present, maintenance should include the servicing of the following:
    • Catch basins & drainage inlets
    • Storm drainage piping & manhole/junction boxes
    • Stormwater control structures
    • Hydrodynamic separators
    • Drainage outfalls/splash pads/level spreaders
    • Bioretention basins/rain gardens
    • Drywells/stormwater chambers
    • Porous pavement
    • Gravel pavement
    • Vegetative roof
    • Rain gutter system
    • Groundwater pump system
    • Stormwater pump system
  5. Owner(s) must maintain all records, including logs, reports, invoices, data, etc, and have them readily available to present at all times

Schedule a free stormwater system maintenance estimate

Maintaining your stormwater system can be tough - but it doesn't have to be! Connecticut Stormwater Authority makes the stormwater system maintenance process stress-free. We help you understand what your municipality expects of you and what it takes to keep your system running smoothly.

To learn more, schedule a free stormwater system estimate today. We service Connecticut homeowners in Riverside, Greenwich, Stamford, and areas nearby.

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CT Stormwater Authority Associations
CULTEC Certified Maintenance Provider
Qualified Preparer of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (QPSWPPP)
State of Connecticut Licensed Home Improvement Contractor
CULTEC Certified Installer
NDS Certified Contractor