Best Surface Drain for Maintenance and Flow
LTEC Surface Drains
When it comes to choosing the best surface drain for your home or business, LTEC surface drains is the best choice for you. They differ from your standard drains in that they lie flat and are made using the highest quality galvanized steel available. No matter where you install your drain, whether it is in your home or in an industrial situation, it will outlast any other drain available on the market today. If the time has come to replace your surface drains, this is definitely one drain that should be at the top of your list.
Our Drains are Durable and Require Little Maintenance
One of the best qualities of LTEC drains, aside from it being one of the most durable drains available, is that they require little to no maintenance. That’s right; once your LTEC surface drain is installed, you will not have to perform the type of maintenance that other drains require. You will not have to continually clean an LTEC drain or perform time consuming maintenance to ensure that it continues to work properly. The LTEC surface drain is designed to allow only the smallest debris to pass through the slots in the drain. The small amount of debris that is allowed to pass through the drain simply accumulates in the drain bottom and only has to be periodically emptied.
You Won’t Need to Constantly Replace our Surface Drains
When you purchase an LTEC drain, you will not have to continually replace them.They have a life expectancy of 20 to 30 years because they are made from the highest quality material available. They are specifically designed to last in even the most severe coastal and urban areas. The longevity of LTEC surface drains is not affected by UV rays, extreme temperature fluctuations, or other natural elements. They are built to last and function for years.
The installation process is easier than you would think, in fact; it is easier to install an LTEC drain than many other types of drains available on the market. Many customers have chosen to replace their existing drains with LTEC drains because their old drains failed after a short period of time. When you want a drain that will last, you want an LTEC surface drain.