A: Yes. Actually, it's intended to be buried and not left above ground where it is exposed to the sun. FYI there are 2 types - perforated or not perforated. Perforated is for leaching, solid is for moving the water to wherever you want it based on slope, etc. If you use it for leaching (perforated), consider a "sock" - it's a filter that prevents the pipe from filling with silt over time. Good luck!
A: Yes, for sure it can be buried.
A: Yes, I used it to carry water from the downspouts( I had two downspouts) to the drainage point in a Village. The length was about 100 feet. I left it above ground until I had time to place the pipes below ground. Make sure that the drainage point is lower than than the point where the water leaves the house or source point.
|Brand||Advanced Drainage Systems||Advanced Drainage Systems||Advanced Drainage Systems||Advanced Drainage Systems|
|Name||4 in. x 50 ft. Corrugated Pipes Drain Pipe Solid||4 in. x 50 ft. Corrugated Pipes Drain Pipe Perforated||3 in. x 100 ft. Corex Drain Pipe Perforated||4 in. x 100 ft. Corrugated Pipes Drain Pipe Solid|
|Nominal Inside Pipe Diameter (In.)||4"||4"||3"||4"|
|Product Length (ft.)||50 ft||50||100||100 ft|
|Corrugated Pipe Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|Material||Polyethylene||HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)||HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)||Polyethylene|
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