Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 23
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kitty Drainage pipe
Lightweight, rolled up for easy transport and pliable when used.
July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by indian27 this product is excelent
I like this 6 in. x 100 ft. Solid Polyethylene Corrugated Drain Pipe because is good
November 7, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bhold Easy cheap solution for some residential drainage problems
This review is of the solid pipe, not the perforated pipe which is for completely different applications. I have been using this pipe for years to divert water around my house which sits on a slope using concrete gutters in back which feed into pipes on the side of the house. The system works great but I do not recommended burying the pipe near any tree roots which over time can damage buried pipe. If you are going to bury the pipe near planted areas I recommend you minimize splices and wrap any splices with filter fabric to minimize intrusion of roots and soil. Note, regular maintenance is needed - flush the pipes occasionally and snake immediately if clogged. Once you get a clog and enough soil and gravel backs up in the pipe you might need to dig it up for repair. PS, we have dogs so prefer 4" over the 3" because 4" will easily pass a dog ball through. Black is a good color because it is low visibility and can be installed on the ground surface under a deck or shrubs, which is easier than burying it.
December 5, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by SGandMG Cheapest and easiest, but leaks at all connections
1, Use the fewest amount of connections.
2, Warning: don't use product connections if water leakage is a concern; for example, if water/humidity is seeping into your basement). The connections all leak. Instead, use one long piece... or a different product.
3, Ensure good slope so that less water will leak out of connections + so that water will exit the tubing rather than stay in the corrugated ribs.
3, Flexible and will mold to any trench and you can easily cut to length with a box cutter.
4, Consider drainage pipe with smooth wall inside to most effectively move water (and any debris) from downspout to exit.
This product is widely used because it's the cheapest; however, all connections leak. The question is, for your purpose, do the leaks matter or not?
December 5, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DeeDee613 Right Product for my Job
I had reservations as I ordered over 150 feet of this product for the standing water in my yard, on my patio and around the foundation of my home. NOT THAT IT WOULD WORK but only that I would even get anywhere near finishing this project at all...lol. Well with a garden hose, just a pick ax, garden shovel and a few weak muscles this project is almost completed. One hundred (100) feet done and down to my last fifty (50) feet of flexible tubing left
As the heavy rains will be on there way in about a month or so, I will make this project a complete success with plenty of time to spare.
May 31, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mark Worked just fine.
Little hard to handle when trying to attach several together with the couplers but not too bad. Stronger than it looks, With about 6" of top fill I've had no problems with collapse.
June 18, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pipe best super pipe in the world.
A huge black pipe to handle all your irrigation needs. Be advised it doesn't flex very well since its so hard. But if you leave it in the sun it will soften up to make it easier to work with.
March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Corex drain (culvert) pipe
After cutting the pipe to length, I realized that it was unsuitable for my project. The ditch I was crossing was shallow so that the pipe would have to be sunk into the ditch creating a hole or I would have had to build the road up on both sides with road base. Both were considered unsatisfactory so I went to plan B and built a low bridge out of pressure treated lumber which was then covered with road base.
However.... that being said, the Corex pipe would have been perfect if the ditch had been deeper. It was particularly handy that I could order it on-line and have it delivered to the local Home Depot. I found that I could double it over on itself and transport it in the back of a pickup. It also (as I found out) cuts easily with a hand saw.
October 14, 2014