Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Marine001 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 out of 5Â by Pasture 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 4 out of 5Â by drainer Homeowner
You will be wasting your time installing this French Drain witout the sock on it. I recently replaced 100 ft. of 13 year old tile that had no sock. It was clogged up with tree roots and dirt to the point no water could flow.
I have 10 year old French Drain with the sock on it and it still flows.
May 24, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5Â by BillBuilder Drain line corragated
I like this product for exterior foundations. this should not be used with downspouts at all. not ever. this is for water drain only with no debris abilities. we remove this stuff on downspouts all the time.
Great for foundation and retaining wall drainage.
May 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Cmill It's working great.
I just put in my French drain using this and itâs 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 17â down and 6â 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