Standing Water in the Yard: Stamford, CT


Poor yard drainage isn’t only an aesthetic issue. For one thing, standing water seriously jeopardizes the health of your lawn and landscape plantings. Another frustration: When your property is a swamp, you simply cannot enjoy it. Meanwhile, standing water can actually be a health hazard, as it gives rise to mosquitoes and other pests. Not to mention, excess stormwater may ultimately find its way into your basement, where it creates a host of other costly-to-fix issues. If you're experiencing standing water or yard pooling in Stamford, CT - call CT Stormwater Authority, Your Local Solution for Underground Drainage


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Customer Reviews from Stamford ( 5 out of 12 reviews )

  • Stamford, CT | September 08, 2021

  • Stamford, CT | September 03, 2021

Extremely friendly and polite. Top notch service and very efficient. I highly recommend.

  • Stamford, CT | August 05, 2021

CT Storm Water Authority was very helpful in resolving an issue related to the sale of our home. Everyone was courteous, efficient, and well-trained. We had a speedy and very professional resolution, and peace of mind for ourselves and the buyer.

  • Stamford, CT | July 29, 2021

  • Stamford, CT | July 01, 2021

CT Stormwater Authority added a new yard drain to remedy yard pooling during heavy rains. These guys are true pros. Thank you!

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November 16, 2022 | Stamford, CT

CT Stormwater was on the scene with our Vacuum Truck to remedy the issue within the week!

July 19, 2021 | Stamford, CT

Were currently in the process of installing this 3 CULTEC chamber system that will collect the rain runoff from the newly installed bluestone patio.

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November 16, 2022 | Stamford, CT

This homeowner had a small catch basin that was heavily clogged.CT Stormwater was on the scene with our Vacuum Truck to remedy the issue within the week!

June 18, 2020 | Stamford, CT

Driveway catch basin cleaning is a routine service we provide. A clogged catch basin will continue to send leaves and debris into underground drainage, causing clogs deep inside the pipe. Catch basins should be opened, cleared and inspected once to twice a year, depending on environmental factors like surrounding trees and mulch beds.

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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