A: You don’t want to run water into your neighbors yard. You could angle the splash guard so it doesn’t run toward their house. You would also have to have the down spout angled away from their house. Then you could use the splash guard.
A: With the slope it should be fine, but very considerate to think about your neighbors.
A: These will work just great for your purpose !
A: I would check be worried the run off would either ruin the neighbors yard or fill their basement. Are you able to angle the downspout do it runs into your own yard?
A: I would install them to keep water away from your house. The grass should absorbs most of the flowing water.
A: No spikes
A: No spikes
A: no spike included there a add on accessory you must buy .
A: Mine did not come with spikes either.
A: The splashblocks do not come with a landscape spike. These are sold in the hardware section of the store. We do show the spike in a picture on web site next to hole in splashblock to identify where it goes.
A: I suppose it could be, but you would likely end up with rough edges. It is not very thick molded plastic, also lightweight.
A: maybe with the right tool
A: These are not designed to be cut and we only make the 1 size.
A: No it is too tall to be run over by a lawnmower.
A: Push mower yes. Riding mower might break it.
A: absolutely not
A: No you have to move it.
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