It's been raining light to medium for the past 12 hours and this morning while I was walking around outside the house, I noticed that this drain tube, which I believe runs around the perimeter of the house and into my sump pump, is full of water.
I walked around the house to the only other spot where there's one of these green caps, and that tube does not seem to be full of water. When I went to the basement and checked the sump, there is a steady trickle of water from the incoming corrugated drain tube.
Presumably, this means I have a clog somewhere? Or could it be something else?
Is this something I might be able to DIY, or since water around the foundation is a big deal, should I call a professional- who would that even be, a plumber? Landscaper?