2,046 storm water management Home Design Photos

Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Pembrooke Estate Rain Garden
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at the request of the homeowner, we designed a storm water management system to capture all storm water from the structures on the property and regenerate
above the StormTech® pit provides space for the client’s family to relax. The rain garden and bioswale provide screening, storm water management, a habitat
had sufficient percolation rates for disposal of storm water. To effectively capture the storm water runoff, the existing downspouts were piped from the
taking the water directly to the StormTech® pit. Accepting and slowing the velocity of the storm water, mitigation of erosion, and filtering out pollutants
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Pembrooke Estate Rain Garden
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at the request of the homeowner, we designed a storm water management system to capture all storm water from the structures on the property and regenerate
above the StormTech® pit provides space for the client’s family to relax. The rain garden and bioswale provide screening, storm water management, a habitat
had sufficient percolation rates for disposal of storm water. To effectively capture the storm water runoff, the existing downspouts were piped from the
taking the water directly to the StormTech® pit. Accepting and slowing the velocity of the storm water, mitigation of erosion, and filtering out pollutants
“Terren” — Melanie Cavanagh
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Pembrooke Estate Rain Garden
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at the request of the homeowner, we designed a storm water management system to capture all storm water from the structures on the property and regenerate
above the StormTech® pit provides space for the client’s family to relax. The rain garden and bioswale provide screening, storm water management, a habitat
had sufficient percolation rates for disposal of storm water. To effectively capture the storm water runoff, the existing downspouts were piped from the
taking the water directly to the StormTech® pit. Accepting and slowing the velocity of the storm water, mitigation of erosion, and filtering out pollutants
“Rain garden” — Branch Out Landscape Design LLC
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Pembrooke Estate Rain Garden
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at the request of the homeowner, we designed a storm water management system to capture all storm water from the structures on the property and regenerate
above the StormTech® pit provides space for the client’s family to relax. The rain garden and bioswale provide screening, storm water management, a habitat
had sufficient percolation rates for disposal of storm water. To effectively capture the storm water runoff, the existing downspouts were piped from the
taking the water directly to the StormTech® pit. Accepting and slowing the velocity of the storm water, mitigation of erosion, and filtering out pollutants
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Pembrooke Estate Rain Garden
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at the request of the homeowner, we designed a storm water management system to capture all storm water from the structures on the property and regenerate
above the StormTech® pit provides space for the client’s family to relax. The rain garden and bioswale provide screening, storm water management, a habitat
had sufficient percolation rates for disposal of storm water. To effectively capture the storm water runoff, the existing downspouts were piped from the
taking the water directly to the StormTech® pit. Accepting and slowing the velocity of the storm water, mitigation of erosion, and filtering out pollutants
“vrt” — zsza
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Private Residence_2
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difference by decreasing impervious surfaces and maintaining proper storm water management. Photo Credit: Terren Landscapes
that would slow storm water runoff, allow for percolation, and promote infiltration, while permitting excess clean water to enter the storm drain at the street
holding space that allows the earth to slowly absorb water, rather than overwhelm the nearby storm drain. Our first objective was to conduct a percolation
removed before reaching the sandy loam layer. A percolation test and storm water calculations were generated to accommodate a 1” rain event. Based on our
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Private Residence_2
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difference by decreasing impervious surfaces and maintaining proper storm water management. Photo Credit: Terren Landscapes
that would slow storm water runoff, allow for percolation, and promote infiltration, while permitting excess clean water to enter the storm drain at the street
holding space that allows the earth to slowly absorb water, rather than overwhelm the nearby storm drain. Our first objective was to conduct a percolation
removed before reaching the sandy loam layer. A percolation test and storm water calculations were generated to accommodate a 1” rain event. Based on our
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
u2014 ALE: Private Residence_2
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difference by decreasing impervious surfaces and maintaining proper storm water management. Photo Credit: Terren Landscapes
that would slow storm water runoff, allow for percolation, and promote infiltration, while permitting excess clean water to enter the storm drain at the street
holding space that allows the earth to slowly absorb water, rather than overwhelm the nearby storm drain. Our first objective was to conduct a percolation
removed before reaching the sandy loam layer. A percolation test and storm water calculations were generated to accommodate a 1” rain event. Based on our
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