Drainage Solutions

Efficient Landscape Lighting & Drainage Installations

Enhance your yard with landscaping services from Blue 2 Green Irrigation and Landscape Management. Located in Fort Mill, South Carolina, we install landscape lighting systems, as well as drainage solutions installations.  From rain gutter problems to water spots in your lawn area, we have solutions.

Yard with Gravel


If you are experiencing drainage issues, a lot of times the water has no where to run.  Rain gutters and hanging "water spots" are the main complaints customer have with water. Hanging water will eventually leave your grass damaged with bare spots or fungicides.  Some gravel approaches may be a better solution than tradition methods.

• Applications:  Yards that are difficult for run off, close knit type communities where water run off is limited. 
• Long river bends have formed in yards due to rainwater lack of run off creating a crevice in yard. Gravel will eliminate the crevices and a NDS system is recommended for high water leaching coming from bottom of gravel.

EZ Flow

The EZ Flow has been know to save a lot of money based on the corrugated tube comes with already a special made gravel pebbles around the corrugated.

Depending on the application, this is known to save customers money in the long run.

• Applications:  Foundation absorption; where run off are limited, along driveways and NDS leach system connection, depending if more leach is needed for large water spots in yard. 

EZ Flow

NDS Leach System

NDS Leach System

• Flo-Well manufactured dry well presents an easy to install and sustainable solution for stormwater runoff.
• Used independently or as part of a larger stormwater management system, Flo-Well units collect, retain, and discharge stormwater on-site, offering a gravel-free alternative to a traditional dry well.
• Units are modular and can be connected in series or stacked to meet a variety of project needs. Manufactured in Lindsay, CA from 100% recycled materials

Competitive Benefits

Each Flo-Well unit hold approximately 50 gallons of stormwater, over 50% more than a traditional peastone drywell.

• Easy to install; does not require heavy equipment.
• Additional units can be connected in series to accommodate higher volumes of water.
• Units can also be stacked for a smaller footprint.
• More cost-effective than larger piping systems that transport stormwater to discharge points.
• Faster and easier clean-up then traditional drywell; no gravel to ding blades of lawn mowers

Flooded Yard Man with Irrigation System Drainage Solution