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null 4 in. x 100 ft. Corex Drain Pipe Perforated with Sock
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4 in. x 100 ft. Corex Drain Pipe Perforated with Sock

  • Light weight, flexible, durable singlewall drainage pipe
  • Sock limits soil infiltration into the perforated pipe
  • Economical solution to residential drainage problems
$178.00 /each

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Advanced Drainage Systems is the world's largest producer of corrugated HDPE pipe and related drainage products. ADS serves the storm and waste water industry through a global network of 56 domestic and international manufacturing plants and 27 distribution centers. In addition to its flagship N-12 pipe, the company offers a complete line of fittings and other accessories including, Nyloplast drainage structures, and various geotextiles. Made from high-density polyethylene, the 4 in. x 100 ft. Corex Polyethylene Pipe is perforated and then enveloped in knitted polyester black sock to prevent migration of soil into imported backfill and the pipe.

  • Made from high density polyethylene makes this product resistant to corrosion and abrasion for a longer use-life cycle
  • Polyester fibers are knitted to create a superior protective covering for perforated drainage pipe to prevent migration of native soil into imported backfill and pipe
  • Pipe is still lightweight and flexible for easy installation and use
  • Lightweight and flexible for easy installation

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can i lay this pipe in gravel and the water soak threw the sock into the pipe

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Yes
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Yes - the sock is to help (not prevent) soil from filling up the pipe, but water will drain right through.
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Hi Cab,
Yes, this is what its meant to do. The sock is color coated to show you which side goes up, and which side goes down. Put gravel all around the pipe to ensure the silt wont clog the sock.
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Is gravel necessary with this pipe?

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Hello Loso,
I would definitely put gravel with this as dirt/silt will clog the sock up much faster without. The gravel also helps the water work it's way up to the pipe.
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Will the socked pipe keep out roots

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I have an area to drain that has roots. Will the sock keep them out or should I run some solid pipe in that area?
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Howdy Bud,
Corex Polyethylene Pipe is perforated and then enveloped in knitted polyester black sock to prevent migration of soil into imported backfill and the pipe. The sock will not keep roots out.
Happy draining,
Coach Dave
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Do I still need to use fabric in the French Drain if I use the perforated pipe with the sock?

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No, but yes. In other words you can skip the fabric and only lay the socked pipe. But if you desire to increase the life of the drain, add the fabric around the gravel.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Working as intended. Had a large "low spot" behind the barn that never got completely dried out. Trenched and installed this pipe (with appropriate gravel base/cover) and in the last couple of storms, water has drained away within a couple hours, not a couple days. Having the fabric sock already installed saved a *TONNE* of time, well worth the cost (I've helped put socks on pipe before - less fun than it sounds). ONLY nit i would pick with this is the thinness of the actual pipe, was actually expecting a more robust construction at this price. Overall, I'm satisfied with this purchase. July 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked fine Worked just fine. Much easier to have the sock already on it. Pipe and sock cut cleanly with a serrated knife. This is a long roll and does take a good bit of room to unroll, but it is light and easy to work with. I wish digging the drainage ditch had been as easy as installing and working with this pipe. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best drain pipe ever used Had a bad drainage problem with water sheeting completely under the house and up to a depth of 6 inches at times. Used this drain pipe to install a french drain and despite heavy rains have had no further water problems whatsoever. This product is absolutely wonderful!!! It exceeded all my expectations. June 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's working great. I just put in my French drain using this and it’s already working. The back yard was full of mud and standing water do to my house being the lowest part of the neighborhood. Every time I cut my grass I would sink in the thick Ohio clay, so I put this in with #57 gravel and landscaping paper, and I can already see the water coming out the end into the creek behind my house. I had to dig about 17” down and 6’ wide for this pipe to set in and slope correctly, but for the first time my yard is actually drying out. Just to let you know, the picture does not have a sock in it, but it does actually come with the sock already on it. It had a few little holes here and there, but well worth the price. April 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perforated Drain Pipe I have not seen the end result of this product yet. I am looking forward to the rain to see how dry my pasture will be now that 200 feet of this (plus landscape fabric and drain rock) has been laid. From all the reviews, it was important for me to do this job only once. The recommendation was for the Drain Pipe to be covered. The only con was that there were a few areas where the sock was torn. I did not feel like taking it back to get pipe where the sock was not torn. I am hoping that will not make a significant difference in how it works. September 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just right for the BIG jobs Home Depot is the only place I know of to get socked drainpipe in volume (100 ft. vs. 10 ft. at our local hardware stores), and it saves so much money and hassle not to have to link short stretches of pipe when you've got a really big job to do. December 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product -- Good Price I just used 700' of this stuff -- excellent for running French drains. The perforated corrugated pipe with sock seems to be typical quality for this sort of pipe; and the price was considerably better than anything else around. It was an online purchase; but the shipping (to the store) was free. May 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The sock is a great feature over bare hose Product, with the covering sock seems cool. We'll see when the rains come this summer, just how well it works. I was surprised that it came all the way from Washington, as I would have thought many customers would be buying this product. Took awhile to get it, but not a problem April 2, 2013
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