LTEC Trench Driveway Drains
LTEC Surface Drains was founded in 2006 to control the unnatural and unmanaged flow of “Dirty Water” into Lake Tahoe caused by residential and commercial development of the surrounding shore lines. LTEC engineers designed unique Surface Drain systems that are exceptionally effective at capturing, filtering and returning clean water to Lake Tahoe. With over 50,000 feet of LTEC Drains currently installed in the Lake Tahoe Basin, the water clarity has continued to increase every year and the waters...
LTEC Surface Drains was founded in 2006 to control the unnatural and unmanaged flow of “Dirty Water” into Lake Tahoe caused by residential and commercial development of the surrounding shore lines. LTEC engineers designed unique Surface Drain systems that are exceptionally effective at capturing, filtering and returning clean water to Lake Tahoe. With over 50,000 feet of LTEC Drains currently installed in the Lake Tahoe Basin, the water clarity has continued to increase every year and the waters are now the clearest they have been in ten years according to UC Davis Scientists who monitor the Lake Tahoe’s clarity levels. [slide] With LTEC’s proven success at Lake Tahoe, contractors and home owners across the country have installed LTEC Drains in virtually every application where runoff has to be captured, controlled and conveyed. With over 200,000 feet of drain installed throughout the U.S. (and counting) LTEC drains have proven to be a high quality, very effective product for virtually all runoff applications. [slide] Owners Don and Sharon are longtime residents of Lake Tahoe, they enjoy spending time with family and friends hiking, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, and everything else that comes with living in one of the most beautiful places on earth! [slide]Read more Read less
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1. What tools will I need to install the drain myself?
You will need to rent a concrete cutter and a cement mixer, hand mixing in a wheel barrel will work also.
2. How many bags of cement do I need?
A good measurement is one bag of 2/3 cu.ft. Ready Mix per foot.
3. How wide should I cut the asphalt?
Make two cuts 12" or wider for the width of your driveway.
4. What do I use for a guideline to make the cuts straight?
Place two strips of masking tape 12" apart for the full width of your driveway.
5. How deep do I need to dig the trench?
You want a square trench 7" deep from the top of the surface. The top of the drain will set 1/2" below grade. The bottom of the channel will set 4" off the bottom of the trench for concrete.
6. Do the grates need to be in the channel when I pour the concrete?
Yes. Grates are shrink wrapped to give a protective layer while you pour the concrete.
7. Do I have to tie the drain down to keep it from floating when I pour the concrete?
No. This is a major problem with other drain designs. The LTEC Drain does not float.
8. What kind of warranty do you offer?
One year on manufactures defects.