• How to Install a Channel Drain

    Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCZXj9uUxzA This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a homeowner solve a driveway drainage dilemma. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Install a Channel Drain: - 4-inch channel drain, to collect excess water - End cap and offset outlet, for attachment to channel drain - 4-inch-diameter plastic drainpipe and assorted fittings, to carry water away from channel drain - PVC primer and cement, for gluing together plastic pipe and fittings - Ready-mix concrete, to form a setting bed for the drain - Asphalt cold patch, for patching the driveway - Grass...

    published: 09 Apr 2016
  • Proper drain placement

    Is your contractor`s installation reasonable? Perimeter drain placement explained.

    published: 21 Oct 2015
  • Building a new house, drain piping installation around foundation

    Building a new house, drain piping installation around foundation Daniel Woodell Building our new house I installed the drain piping around the foundation. This video will show you the layout and a commentary on how to do it yourself (DIY). Enjoy.

    published: 25 Apr 2014
  • How do I install an NDS Pro Series channel drain?

    NDS Pro Series channel drain helps to collect surface water and direct it away from your home and landscape. For more information on NDS Pro Series channel drain, please visit our website: http://ndspro.com/channel-and-trench-drains Today were going to show you how to install the NDS 5 inch Pro Series channel drain kit. A channel drain is an effective way to collect and direct surface water away from your home or property. Channel drains collect water over a large area making them the perfect solution for water running off of your driveway, sidewalk, pool deck or patio. • NDS Pro Series channel drains are available in 3 inch, 5 inch, 8 inch and 12 inch sizes to handle any amount of water. Each channel has adapters that easily connect to a variety of pipe types and sizes. This flexibilit...

    published: 19 Feb 2015
  • Driveway Channel Drain, DIY, less than 200.00

    Install a driveway channel drain for less that 200.00. Parts available at Lowes or Home Depot. Saw Rental less than 60.00. Driveway channel drain is very easy to install. 1 - cut driveway where you want the channel drain 2 - break out concrete using a pry bar 3 - install and set channel drain 4 - trench your discharge pipe to daylight 5 - re pour your concrete Apple Drains Drainage Contractors www.AppleDrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors We Do It Everyday! See Also channel, drain, trench, drain, driveway, Apple Drains, Drainage, Contractor, Driveway flood, cracking driveway, Lowes channel drain, Home depot, How to install a driveway drain, DIY

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • EZ Drain french drain installation: the gravel free alternative

    EZ-Drain is a lightweight, gravel-free, and easy to install alternative to traditional french drain systems. For more information on NDS EZ-Drains, please visit us at http://ndspro.com/ezdrain French drains can be a time consuming drainage system to install. NDS has eased this concern with it's gravel free alternative to a traditional french drain called EZ Drain. Its' purpose is to re-direct water away from your foundation to prevent mold, mildew and termites from destroying your home. This video outlines the ease of installation and highlights why EZ Drain is an excellent alternative to a french drain. Want more information? Browse our channel or visit our website: http://www.ndspro.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NDSinc Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co...

    published: 27 Jun 2013
  • Backyard Sump EZ Flow French Drain

    Catch basins collect immediate surface water runoff. French Drain Collects Subsurface water. A good French Drain has both Catch Basins and Gravel. Here we are using the new EZ Drain gravel free pipe. A very easy project for the homeowner. When the water wont flow to the street by gravity, a sump pump is needed to left the water up. Secret is to use a good pump. Zoeller M53 , 1/3 horsepower and 1 1/2 inch PVC for the discharge. Fix your backyard flood quickly, easily and permanently! Apple Drains Drainage Contractors http://www.appledrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors Get The Help You Need LIVE HELP Video Consulting via Skype Schedule online at http://www.appledrains.com/consulting-via-skype/ Orlando Office (321) 200-0685 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/f...

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • How To Install Clean Out on Sewer or French Drain

    French Drain or Sewer Clean out installation. Simple and fast. Saves money and Do It Yourself Apple Drains Drainage Contractors www.appledrains.com TRUSTED & RECOMMENDED by YOUR NEIGHBORS since 1997 http://www.appledrains.com/drains How to tips and more French Drain, Sewer Line, Clean Out, How to install clean out, Apple Drains, Drainage Contractor, www.AppleDrains.com, Flood basement, French Drain Repair, Catch Basin, Driveway Drain. Yard Drain, Sump Pump

    published: 29 Sep 2015
  • Rats in Blocked Drain CCTV Report by Drainage Contractor www.wcdrains.co.uk Essex & London

    CCTV Drain survey found a broken pipe and a blockage along with the company of these furry friends. See www.wcdains.co.uk for all drainage surveys. Routine maintenance would have prevented this.

    published: 27 Mar 2016
  • How to Install a French Drain

    http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by Step Tutorials: French drains are often installed around a home foundation in two different ways: Buried around the foundation wall on the external side of the foundation Installed underneath the basement floor on the inside perimeter of the basement In most homes, an external French drain or drain tile is installed around the foundation walls before the foundation soil is backfilled. It's laid on the bottom of the excavated area, and a layer of stone is laid on top. In many cases, a filter fabric is then laid on top of the stone to keep fine sediments and particles from entering. Once the drain is installed, the area is backfilled and the system is left alone unless it clogs. While an external French drain can operate for ten years or more w...

    published: 14 Nov 2012
  • Install a Trench Drain - Video 1 of 7

    FREE Quick Start Guide here: http://www.askthebuilder.com/install-a-trench-drain-quick-start-guide/ Tim Carter demonstrates how to install a trench drain. Sign up NOW for Tim's FREE weekly newsletter at: http://go.askthebuilder.com/NewsletterSignupNow RELATED HELPFUL CONTENT: http://www.askthebuilder.com/trench-drain/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/a-simple-trench-drain/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/how-to-install-a-trench-drain/

    published: 05 Jan 2014
  • Yard Drain, French Drain, Do it Yourself Project

    Learn how to quickly install a Yard Drain or French Drain. How to tips including - irrigation repair, control wires, discharge with pop ups, connections and catch basins. A very good how to do it yourself video. Apple Drains Drainage Contractors http://www.appledrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors Get The Help You Need LIVE HELP Video Consulting via Skype Schedule online at http://www.appledrains.com/consulting-via-skype/ Orlando Office (321) 200-0685 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/florida Charlotte NC (704) 336-9111 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/drains We Do It Everyday! Coming Soon Atlanta GA Office http://www.appledrains.com/atlanta French Drain, yard drain, storm drain, drain tile, Apple Drains

    published: 29 May 2016
  • FRENCH DRAIN DIY

    French Drain helps remove water from low spots in the yard or crawl space. Learn to do this yourself and save 1000's. Perforated pipe surrounded by gravel makes a french drain. It helps collect Subsurface Water. As water floods from below ground, it enters the gravel then the holes of the pipe and is carried away to a discharge point. Sometimes you need a sump pump to lift the water if its too low to drain out to the street or storm. Backyard sump pump and french drain for collection works best for flat or yards with no fall or gravity to discharge. A great project to save you 1000's and help solve the problem in your yard. EZ Flow drain pipe works just like perforated pipe surrounded by gravel. If placed in the right spot with catch basins, it will collect the water pooling in your lo...

    published: 18 Jun 2017
  • Concrete Box Out Drain Preparation

    This video demontrates how to prepare a concrete box out for the installation of the Schluter®-KERDI-DRAIN. For any questions you may have about this video and the installation of Schluter®-Systems products please call our customer service line: Canada: 1-800-667-8746 U.S.A: 1-800-472-4588 For further information please visit our website: http://www.schluter.com

    published: 20 Dec 2010
  • Spring Hill Drainage Company Curtain Drain Contractor

    This is a commercial for Quigley's Landscaping and their service of installation of Curtain drains in the Spring Hill Tennessee area. Get in touch with us at 615-715-8216 We can help with all of your yard lawn drainage needs, if water is getting in the crawl space lets stop it by collecting the water problem before it gets to your foundation.

    published: 30 Sep 2013
  • Knights Plumbing And Drain Contractor

    Check out us online at http://www.knightsplumbinganddrain.com/ - Knights Plumbing and Drain is your Plumber for all your drain and plumbing repair needs.

    published: 18 Nov 2010
How to Install a Channel Drain

How to Install a Channel Drain

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  • Updated: 09 Apr 2016
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCZXj9uUxzA This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a homeowner solve a driveway drainage dilemma. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Install a Channel Drain: - 4-inch channel drain, to collect excess water - End cap and offset outlet, for attachment to channel drain - 4-inch-diameter plastic drainpipe and assorted fittings, to carry water away from channel drain - PVC primer and cement, for gluing together plastic pipe and fittings - Ready-mix concrete, to form a setting bed for the drain - Asphalt cold patch, for patching the driveway - Grass seed, to plant along trench line Tools List for How to Install a Channel Drain: - 4-foot level, to mark cutlines - Water-cooled circular saw with a diamond blade, for cutting asphalt driveway - Shovel - Wheelbarrow - Small sledgehammer and brick-set chisel, to chop out rocks - Pointed brick trowel, for smoothing concrete - Rubber mallet, to tap down the drain - Reciprocating saw, for cutting plastic pipe Steps for How to Install a Channel Drain: 1. Mark a straight cutline across the corner of the driveway to indicate the position of the channel drain. 2. Cut through the asphalt with a water-cooled circular saw fitted with a diamond-impregnated blade. 3. Pry up and remove the severed piece of asphalt with a shovel. 4. Use a small sledgehammer and brick-set chisel to chop out any rocks along the edge of the just-cut driveway. 5. Dig a 6-inch-deep trench along the end of the driveway. Shovel the excavated dirt into a wheelbarrow. 6. Glue an offset outlet and a 90-degree elbow onto one end of the channel drain. 7. Glue a short section of 4-inch-diameter plastic pipe and a 45-degree elbow onto the 90-degree elbow. 8. Glue an end cap onto the opposite end of the channel drain. 9. Mix up a bag of concrete in the wheelbarrow. 10. Fill the trench with wet concrete. Smooth the concrete with a pointed brick trowel. 11. Press the channel drain down into the concrete, then check it with a level to ensure it's sloping slightly toward the drainpipe. Tap down the drain with a rubber mallet. 12. Use the trowel to spread an angled wedge of concrete against the back of the drain. 13. Dig a 12-inch-deep trench out from the channel drain and across the yard. 14. Use a reciprocating saw to cut plastic pipe to extend from the drain along the trench. Glue the pipe and fittings together. 15. Check the drainpipe with a level to make sure it's pitched down and away from the driveway. 16. Backfill the trench with soil to conceal the drainpipe. 17. Line the end of the drainpipe with flat stones to deter erosion. 18. Sprinkle some asphalt cold patch between the channel drain and the driveway. 19. Compact the patch with the small sledgehammer, then add more asphalt and compact it again. Repeat until the patch is flush with the surface of the driveway. 20. Plant grass seed along the backfilled trench. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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Proper drain placement

Proper drain placement

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Is your contractor`s installation reasonable? Perimeter drain placement explained.
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Building a new house, drain piping installation around foundation

Building a new house, drain piping installation around foundation

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  • Updated: 25 Apr 2014
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Building a new house, drain piping installation around foundation Daniel Woodell Building our new house I installed the drain piping around the foundation. This video will show you the layout and a commentary on how to do it yourself (DIY). Enjoy.
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How do I install an NDS Pro Series channel drain?

How do I install an NDS Pro Series channel drain?

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  • Updated: 19 Feb 2015
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NDS Pro Series channel drain helps to collect surface water and direct it away from your home and landscape. For more information on NDS Pro Series channel drain, please visit our website: http://ndspro.com/channel-and-trench-drains Today were going to show you how to install the NDS 5 inch Pro Series channel drain kit. A channel drain is an effective way to collect and direct surface water away from your home or property. Channel drains collect water over a large area making them the perfect solution for water running off of your driveway, sidewalk, pool deck or patio. • NDS Pro Series channel drains are available in 3 inch, 5 inch, 8 inch and 12 inch sizes to handle any amount of water. Each channel has adapters that easily connect to a variety of pipe types and sizes. This flexibility allows you to easily create a customized drainage system for your home. This particular installation is of the 5 inch channel drain, but the same steps can be applied to all NDS Pro Series channels. There are two different installation methods, suspension and rebar. Both will be covered in this video. These installations involve the forming, pouring and finishing of concrete. If you are not comfortable doing this, we recommend you contact a contractor to help with the installation. Installing a channel drain can be a lot of work but will protect your property from future water damage. For more information on this and other NDS drainage products, check out our other videos or visit http://www.ndspro.com . Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NDSinc Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ndsmarketing/ Watch more videos on our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/ndstraining
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Driveway Channel Drain, DIY,  less than 200.00

Driveway Channel Drain, DIY, less than 200.00

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  • Updated: 15 Jul 2016
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Install a driveway channel drain for less that 200.00. Parts available at Lowes or Home Depot. Saw Rental less than 60.00. Driveway channel drain is very easy to install. 1 - cut driveway where you want the channel drain 2 - break out concrete using a pry bar 3 - install and set channel drain 4 - trench your discharge pipe to daylight 5 - re pour your concrete Apple Drains Drainage Contractors www.AppleDrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors We Do It Everyday! See Also channel, drain, trench, drain, driveway, Apple Drains, Drainage, Contractor, Driveway flood, cracking driveway, Lowes channel drain, Home depot, How to install a driveway drain, DIY
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EZ Drain french drain installation: the gravel free alternative

EZ Drain french drain installation: the gravel free alternative

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2013
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EZ-Drain is a lightweight, gravel-free, and easy to install alternative to traditional french drain systems. For more information on NDS EZ-Drains, please visit us at http://ndspro.com/ezdrain French drains can be a time consuming drainage system to install. NDS has eased this concern with it's gravel free alternative to a traditional french drain called EZ Drain. Its' purpose is to re-direct water away from your foundation to prevent mold, mildew and termites from destroying your home. This video outlines the ease of installation and highlights why EZ Drain is an excellent alternative to a french drain. Want more information? Browse our channel or visit our website: http://www.ndspro.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NDSinc Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ndsmarketing/ Watch more videos on our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/ndstraining
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Backyard Sump EZ Flow French Drain

Backyard Sump EZ Flow French Drain

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  • Updated: 31 Mar 2017
  • views: 10428
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Catch basins collect immediate surface water runoff. French Drain Collects Subsurface water. A good French Drain has both Catch Basins and Gravel. Here we are using the new EZ Drain gravel free pipe. A very easy project for the homeowner. When the water wont flow to the street by gravity, a sump pump is needed to left the water up. Secret is to use a good pump. Zoeller M53 , 1/3 horsepower and 1 1/2 inch PVC for the discharge. Fix your backyard flood quickly, easily and permanently! Apple Drains Drainage Contractors http://www.appledrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors Get The Help You Need LIVE HELP Video Consulting via Skype Schedule online at http://www.appledrains.com/consulting-via-skype/ Orlando Office (321) 200-0685 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/florida Charlotte NC (704) 336-9111 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/drains We Do It Everyday! Sump Pump, backyard, Yatd drain, French drain, backyard flood, French Drain, EZ FLow, styrofoam peanuts, Yard Drain, Gravel Drain, Curtain Drain, Storm Drain, Apple Drains, Wet Yard, Low spot hold water, how to install EZ FLow Drain, DIY, Catch basin.Crawlspace, backyard sump pump, overflow, dry well, gravel drain, apple drains, drainage contractor, Charlotte, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Jacksonville
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How To Install Clean Out on Sewer or French Drain

How To Install Clean Out on Sewer or French Drain

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  • Updated: 29 Sep 2015
  • views: 8217
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French Drain or Sewer Clean out installation. Simple and fast. Saves money and Do It Yourself Apple Drains Drainage Contractors www.appledrains.com TRUSTED & RECOMMENDED by YOUR NEIGHBORS since 1997 http://www.appledrains.com/drains How to tips and more French Drain, Sewer Line, Clean Out, How to install clean out, Apple Drains, Drainage Contractor, www.AppleDrains.com, Flood basement, French Drain Repair, Catch Basin, Driveway Drain. Yard Drain, Sump Pump
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Rats in Blocked Drain CCTV Report by Drainage Contractor www.wcdrains.co.uk Essex & London

Rats in Blocked Drain CCTV Report by Drainage Contractor www.wcdrains.co.uk Essex & London

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  • Updated: 27 Mar 2016
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CCTV Drain survey found a broken pipe and a blockage along with the company of these furry friends. See www.wcdains.co.uk for all drainage surveys. Routine maintenance would have prevented this.
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How to Install a French Drain

How to Install a French Drain

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  • Updated: 14 Nov 2012
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http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by Step Tutorials: French drains are often installed around a home foundation in two different ways: Buried around the foundation wall on the external side of the foundation Installed underneath the basement floor on the inside perimeter of the basement In most homes, an external French drain or drain tile is installed around the foundation walls before the foundation soil is backfilled. It's laid on the bottom of the excavated area, and a layer of stone is laid on top. In many cases, a filter fabric is then laid on top of the stone to keep fine sediments and particles from entering. Once the drain is installed, the area is backfilled and the system is left alone unless it clogs. While an external French drain can operate for ten years or more without the need for maintenance, it's prone to clogging without any warning and can eventually lead to a flooded basement. When there is no filter fiber, sediments can make their way through the stone as years pass and clog the drain, and when the filter fabric is present, that can instead clog with sediments. It may be wise to provide cleanouts, much as is done with sanitary sewers, to provide access for inspection with a camera snake. Also, a French drain that is not installed with a sump pump counts on gravity alone to drain foundation water, and if the house is not located on a hill or near a steep incline, finding this slope can be problematic. Additionally, maintenance on an external French drain involves expensive exterior excavation, which includes removal of walkways, shrubberies, porches, gardens, and anything else along the perimeter. Installing a French drain around the inside perimeter is most commonly done after the house has been built. Most commonly, this is done in response to a wet basement or right before performing a basement finishing. To install this kind of drain, the perimeter of the basement floor is jackhammered down to the footing and the cement is removed. A layer of stone is laid down, and a perforated drain pipe is laid on top of it. Water is collected from the basement wall floor joint as it enters, and a pump is installed to remove water from the house and away from the foundation. Once completed, the area, save for a 2 in (5.1 cm) gap around the edge, is cemented over. This gap exists to allow water in from the basement walls. This can be installed very quickly—one to two days by an experienced crew. The system is easy to maintain once installed, and the sump pump will need annual maintenance to perform properly. An interior French drain is much less likely to clog than an exterior, partially due to the fact that it is not sitting underneath several feet of soil. Interior French drain installation is an effective way to waterproof a basement but requires the use of a sump pump. Many contractors will install plastic sump pumps that can quickly break down or neglect to install a battery backup sump pump, making the basement vulnerable to flooding during power outages. Sump pumps should be installed with a battery backup system in a proper sump liner of 20 US gal (76 L) size or larger to prevent the sump from having too little water and turning on and off continuously. French drain has evolved significantly from its origins- starting off as a hand-dug ditch, moving on to ceramic tile, PVC pipe, and eventually to the new French drain innovations on the market like WaterGuard and Grate Channel. Each new system is able to address weaknesses of the old as the French drain continues to improve and evolve. For example, whereas Henry French used chippings of tree bark to provide anti-microbial properties, an anti-microbial additive can now be included in the material of the plastic channel.
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Install a Trench Drain - Video 1 of 7

Install a Trench Drain - Video 1 of 7

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  • Updated: 05 Jan 2014
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FREE Quick Start Guide here: http://www.askthebuilder.com/install-a-trench-drain-quick-start-guide/ Tim Carter demonstrates how to install a trench drain. Sign up NOW for Tim's FREE weekly newsletter at: http://go.askthebuilder.com/NewsletterSignupNow RELATED HELPFUL CONTENT: http://www.askthebuilder.com/trench-drain/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/a-simple-trench-drain/ http://www.askthebuilder.com/how-to-install-a-trench-drain/
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Yard Drain, French Drain, Do it Yourself Project

Yard Drain, French Drain, Do it Yourself Project

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  • Updated: 29 May 2016
  • views: 219263
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Learn how to quickly install a Yard Drain or French Drain. How to tips including - irrigation repair, control wires, discharge with pop ups, connections and catch basins. A very good how to do it yourself video. Apple Drains Drainage Contractors http://www.appledrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors Get The Help You Need LIVE HELP Video Consulting via Skype Schedule online at http://www.appledrains.com/consulting-via-skype/ Orlando Office (321) 200-0685 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/florida Charlotte NC (704) 336-9111 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/drains We Do It Everyday! Coming Soon Atlanta GA Office http://www.appledrains.com/atlanta French Drain, yard drain, storm drain, drain tile, Apple Drains
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FRENCH DRAIN DIY

FRENCH DRAIN DIY

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  • Updated: 18 Jun 2017
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French Drain helps remove water from low spots in the yard or crawl space. Learn to do this yourself and save 1000's. Perforated pipe surrounded by gravel makes a french drain. It helps collect Subsurface Water. As water floods from below ground, it enters the gravel then the holes of the pipe and is carried away to a discharge point. Sometimes you need a sump pump to lift the water if its too low to drain out to the street or storm. Backyard sump pump and french drain for collection works best for flat or yards with no fall or gravity to discharge. A great project to save you 1000's and help solve the problem in your yard. EZ Flow drain pipe works just like perforated pipe surrounded by gravel. If placed in the right spot with catch basins, it will collect the water pooling in your low spot. Then simply plumb the drain to a sump pit with sump pump. The pump can lift the water up and send it out to the street. Dig your discharge line from the pump out to the front street or storm. Apple Drains Drainage Contractors http://www.AppleDrains.com Trusted & Recommended by Your Neighbors Get The Help You Need LIVE HELP Video Consulting via Skype Schedule online at http://www.appledrains.com/consulting-via-skype/ Orlando Office (321) 200-0685 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/florida Charlotte NC (704) 336-9111 Schedule online http://www.appledrains.com/drains Atlanta GA http://www.appledrains.com/atlanta (404) 448-1477 We Do It Everyday! Sump Pump, backyard, Yard drain, French drain, backyard flood, French Drain, EZ FLow, styrofoam peanuts, Yard Drain, Gravel Drain, Curtain Drain, Storm Drain, Apple Drains, Wet Yard, Low spot hold water, how to install EZ Flow Drain, DIY, Catch basin.Crawlspace, backyard sump pump, overflow, dry well, gravel drain, apple drains, drainage contractor, Charlotte, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Jacksonville
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Concrete Box Out Drain Preparation

Concrete Box Out Drain Preparation

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2010
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This video demontrates how to prepare a concrete box out for the installation of the Schluter®-KERDI-DRAIN. For any questions you may have about this video and the installation of Schluter®-Systems products please call our customer service line: Canada: 1-800-667-8746 U.S.A: 1-800-472-4588 For further information please visit our website: http://www.schluter.com
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Spring Hill Drainage Company Curtain Drain Contractor

Spring Hill Drainage Company Curtain Drain Contractor

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  • Updated: 30 Sep 2013
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This is a commercial for Quigley's Landscaping and their service of installation of Curtain drains in the Spring Hill Tennessee area. Get in touch with us at 615-715-8216 We can help with all of your yard lawn drainage needs, if water is getting in the crawl space lets stop it by collecting the water problem before it gets to your foundation.
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Knights Plumbing And Drain Contractor

Knights Plumbing And Drain Contractor

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2010
  • views: 76
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Check out us online at http://www.knightsplumbinganddrain.com/ - Knights Plumbing and Drain is your Plumber for all your drain and plumbing repair needs.
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