What is a Tile Drainage System?

A tile drainage system is a network of pipes and chambers that collects water and waste in the bathroom or kitchen sink. The pipes are usually made of plastic, metal or PVC and go under the floorboards or into the wall. They connect to a drain in the drainpipe outside the house. When you turn on the faucet, water flows through the tiles and drains into the drainpipe. The tiles keep debris from accumulating in the drainpipe, which prevents clogs and stoppages. 

Tile drainage systems eliminate problems like slow water flow and clogged pipes. It also prevents flooding, which helps prevent mold and mildew growth, which can damage your home’s interior.

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Underground drains are holes in the floor boards that lead to a sump basin outside the house. The sump basin holds rainwater during heavy rains and collects waste from septic tanks, grease traps or other sources. Most underground drains connect with under-home-drainage systems, which collect waste into a small sump pit outside the house.

Tiled drainage systems keep your walls from getting wet, keeping your home dry and preventing the spread of mold or mildew. In addition, tile drainage systems are generally easy to clean and maintain, as they can be simply rinsed off with a hose.The maintenance time can be very short if you have a handy person to do it for you.