Had them remove the front sidewalk and steps:
Drainage was much better! Still pools up, but can drain and doesn’t end up in basement. We received 2 inches in rain in under an hour:
Front half of house is done, need to do the back half and still need to replace the siding they took off of the garage. Should be done tomorrow, then I can have the rain gutters installed and finish the fill-dirt in the front yard.
The garage side access door was put in, Garage shingles done – they still need to replace the siding. Front side of house has the shingles removed:
Note it is so hot, when I took the camera outside, it fogged up!
Prior to the rain, they started on my garage roof:
Looks like there will be a little cleanup inside the garage when they are done.
At least this time it was not from a sewer backup! We received a lot of rain in a short amount of time. Driving home from work after dropping a co-worker off, the streets were flooding and driving was a challenge. Combine that with my drain spouts that need replaced and the front lawn not being finished, this is what it looked like:
At least all of the water was able to drain. In the morning from 3:00am-6:30am I was mopping up the floor. Just about back to normal now!
After having the yard dug up last winter to repair a collapsed line and knowing because it was orange-berg pipe I wanted to replace the entire line to the main sewer, this is how my front yard looked after the winter work and before they dug it up again:
This is how my front yard currently looks after they have replaced the remainder of the line. Now I can rest assured my line will be of a better quality:
The plan is to re-shingle the garage and house roofs and then fill in the front yard with new top soil. They are thinking of starting on the garage tomorrow if it looks like the rain will hold off. They still need to replace the cement and re-sod the boulevard grass by the street. Will post more once some more work has been done.