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Even though drainage systems are essential landscaping components, some homeowners ignore them. A drainage system is needed to remove water from your gardens, such as stormwater and flooding.  Heavy rain is a weather condition that harms homes the most. With Australia’s crazy and continuously changing weather, the likelihood that there will be a lot of damage is very high.  It costs a lot of money to fix problems like flooding and soil erosion. Plus, you can’t even imagine the stress it can cause you! For this reason, each homeowner needs to know how crucial landscape drainage is. You may save your home thousands of dollars in damage by installing efficient landscape drainage. Check out the benefits that garden drainage installation can bring you! 

  • Prevents soil erosion
  • Protects your plants, trees, and all kinds of vegetation
  • Keeps your home foundation intact and safe
  • Addresses bug and termite issues by removing excess moisture 
  • No more stagnant water and possible mosquito breeding
  • Increases property value

In different suburbs in Victoria, Kruzer Earthmoving provides top-notch drainage solutions. Any drainage issue in your yard, including those involving pooling excess water and the construction of French drains and surface drains, may be resolved by our skilled team. To learn why Kruzer Earthmoving is one of Victoria’s top providers of yard drainage solutions, get in touch with us right away


Are you searching for top driveway drain installation services? After a storm, is there excessive water that remains in your driveway? Or does it take forever for the stagnant water in your driveway to dry? These are indications that your driveway drainage may be an issue, and trench drains and channel drains may be the solution!

Our driveways are a crucial component of our houses, visually and functionally. We must properly maintain them and select the appropriate style and materials at the outset. Choosing the suitable materials for your driveway and understanding what to look for to keep a driveway well-maintained are crucial steps in making the right choice. Understanding why driveway drainage is essential and what to do about it is vital. Without sufficient drainage, storm and ice-melting water may seep into your yard and remain stagnant.  This is why it’s crucial to evaluate the water flow so that you can direct it away from your house or garage. Driveway flooding can result in concrete erosion, home damage, and other problems that can cause a big dent in your savings!  Installing a driveway trench drainage system, which enables water to travel from the surface and into the channel where it can swiftly drain into sewage, is a simple option that you can choose for your Melbourne home. 

If you want high-quality work at a fair price, choose Kruzer Earthmoving! 


An expensive and time-consuming problem, incorrect surface water drainage affects many companies and commercial premises. To minimise issues and financial loss, replace outdated systems that are no longer effective or install the right trench drain system from the start. The Insurance Information Institute estimates that yearly, up to 1 in 50 homeowners file a claim for water damage. These claims have staggeringly high average prices of $6,965. Choosing the best trench drainage system involves some consideration for those of us who are not trained in the technical realm of drainage. The drainage sector frequently uses terms like mechanical keying, anti-shunt lugs, integrally cast-in steel rails, and knockouts. Kruzer Earthmoving can help you understand and get your landscape drainage sorted out in your Victoria property!  Let’s examine how to select and set up the ideal trench drain system for your commercial property’s requirements.

A trench drain is a linear drainage system that captures, collects, and transports water from a starting point to an outlet or catch basin. Most linear drains are made up of channels, end caps, end outlets, grates, catch basins, and other installation accessories. Grated trench drainage systems need less underground plumbing, are straightforward to design and build, and are simple to instal, all of which lower the cost of excavation. Trench drain systems come in two primary varieties: cast in place and pre-cast.



Cast-in-Place, also known as in-situ casting or pour-in-place, is a building technique that involves pouring concrete into place and allowing it to cure there while being built. The method, which is the most common type of concrete construction, entails making a mould for the concrete on-site, usually out of wood or steel panels, and pouring the concrete right where it will be used in the structure. Like precast concrete drains, cast-in-place drains are poured, moulded, and cured on-site. The precast concrete trench drains are transported much farther than the concrete trench, which is lifted and placed.


The construction of precast concrete trench drains is comparable to that of cast-in-place systems. However, the concrete trenches used in these systems are created at a factory and delivered in parts to the installation site. The precast concrete is produced in a space kept at the ideal temperature for curing concrete. The concrete trench drain is brought to the location and placed after curing. To make precast concrete easier to transport and instal, joints may occasionally be required. Although these pre-cast parts reduce labour and installation expenses, production prices can be greater. They also provide a more regular slope because they are not made by hand.



Poor drainage may wreak havoc on your landscaping and lead to waterlogging. Due to how rapidly it can destroy gardens and lawns, waterlogging is a significant issue for many homeowners. This is not only inconvenient, but it may also be costly to repair. You may eliminate these issues by installing backyard drainage systems. Our expert plumbers can assist you in selecting and installing the best drainage system in Victoria for your needs, allowing you to relax knowing that your home is safe. We have the greatest drainage solutions that locals trust and recommend for high quality, licenced craftsmanship and customer service excellence at Kruzer Earthmoving. Call us right away!


Many gardens in Victoria suffer from inadequate drainage because of the unpredictable Australian weather and the rain that comes with it. These soggy circumstances are not ideal for maintaining a lush, green grass when spring comes. Here are some tips for improving drainage in your garden.

  1. Increase amount of plants 
  2. Use raised beds
  3. Improve the permeability of the soil
  4. Use bark chips
  5. Install artificial grass

Although drainage is crucial for gardens, not every garden will require drainage to be constructed. Drainage should not be installed without first addressing where the water is going. It is appropriate to use streams, or deep holes loaded with debris that reach porous rocks.

Adding sand to your garden soil is one of the most inexpensive ways to break up the soil. Sand's tiny particle size will enable it to break up soil clods, improve drainage, and aerate the soil for healthy root growth.

Gravel does not absorb moisture, in contrast to ground coverings like organic mulch. The foundation of the structure can be protected from moisture because gravel particles avoid rainwater. To prevent water from becoming stuck, keep the gravel layer between 2 and 3 inches thick.

For garden drainage, rocks are not always a smart idea. If your soil slopes away from the base of your home, make sure you exclusively utilise rocks for drainage. Keeping rocks at the foundation of your home will not assist much if your home is located in the direction of water flow since there will be nowhere for the water to flow.

French drains aid in the prevention of floods and the reduction of the danger of long-term water damage to your home. They have a potential lifespan of thirty to forty years and are low-cost yet effective solutions for drainage issues. Given that they are frequently covered with tiny rocks, plants, and occasionally even ornamental grates, French drains may be visually beautiful.