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A: I can’t see why not. It would constrict water flow. It’s purpose is to allow water to pass as soil not too. However, it is a very good product single thickness. We covered a trench of gravel over leach field pipe.
A: Yes but I would use a heavier barrier or plastic under the concrete per codes
A: Yes, as far as I know, since this is designed to keep the surrounding soil from filling in around the drainage pipe, which would block the water from filtering through the gravel and into the pipe. Hope this helps.
A: This landscaping fabric is very fragile and is easily torn. I would not recommend using this fabric for an underlayment for concrete. This fabric is better used as a soil separator such as for a French drain system, a water catch basin, or for covering landscaping plants.
A: Yes. This is a very similar product to what is on drain tile that comes with the sock. Make sure it’s weighted down (rock is best), otherwise it could move around while backfilling with a machine.
A: I don’t know. I think it would work initially but eventually would clog from debris washed down from the gutters.
A: The material isn't so much to prevent clogging but to creates a surround extending beyond the pipe of clean gravel. The more surface area the longer the life, and I actually used two rolls for my drain to so I could set one on each side and fill with gravel between. Directly against the pipe would place soil against and basically close the holes from the start.
A: That’s exactly what I did, except with small stone in between. Soil separator, stone, pipe and then wrap it. I’m sure other people do french drains differently but this was simppe.
A: Yes but you need two either run a really long pipe underground for the water to go, or dig a dry well for the water.