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Old 12-06-2014, 09:31 PM   #1
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Attaching perferated pipe


I am running a huge drainage piping down my front hill yard. How do I attach different corrugated piping segments together? How do you attach the corrugated piping to the drains? Thanks for the help.
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Couplings and drain adaptors.
Any Lowes or HD will have them.
Just make sure you measure what size down spout you have.
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I am running a huge drainage piping down my front hill yard. How do I attach different corrugated piping segments together? How do you attach the corrugated piping to the drains? Thanks for the help.
Ayuh,.... With Couplers, 'n Fittin's,....

Where ever ya got the drainage tile, oughta have the fittin's ya need,...
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I built a huge drainage system in my yard years ago, from corrugated. Looking back, and if I ever do it again, I will use black or white plastic sewer pipe, not the corrugated stuff. Reasons, -easier to do connections that will be more root-proof, the corrugations hold stagnant water that breed mosquitoes and traps leaf debris and roof granules which start blocks, and readily-available takeout connectors for the plastic pipe, (and DO put in lots of takeouts)
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