Piping Contractors Hudsonville MI

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Home Depot
(616) 257-9559
4900 Wilson Ave Sw
Wyoming, MI
David Search
Endless Summer Services
2345 Chicago DR SW
Wyoming, MI
Bill Kuiper
Kuiper Construction Company
3736 Stuyvesant Ave.
Grand Rapids, MI
HWC Home Works Corp
(616) 723-0754
2010 Porter St Sw
Wyoming, MI
Ross Remodeling
(616) 534-2900
1460 52nd St Sw
Wyoming, MI
Matthew Sherman - James Johns
All Area Plumbing LLC
1915 Pinegrove Dr.
Jenison, MI
Aaron Katerberg
Grapids Irrigation
800 Lafayette NE
Grand Rapids, MI
Hydroshine Tile & Grout Rstrtn
3070 Park West Court
Jenison, MI

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Artistic Drywall
(616) 261-8060
1548 Den Hertog St Sw
Wyoming, MI
White Remodeling Company
(616) 532-8980
2656 Danton Dr Sw
Wyoming, MI
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Piping for drainage and runoff

Flexible Pipe vs Hard PVC

  • I like the flexible perforated pipe for drainage and leach beds rather than the perforated hard PVC pipe. The holes are smaller allowing only water in and evenly spaced in corrugated valleys to carry the water away.
  • I like the hard PVC pipe for non-perforated uses since it is easier to maintain the proper grade for flow through the pipe. However the non-perforated flexible pipe can work work well too.

Low Spots

Use the perforated pipe installed in gravel to collect and carry water away. Drains like this installed up hill from the house can keep significant water from running down hill to the foundation, which in turn would have lead to a wet basement. In heavy clay soils, several lines of perforated pipe may be needed to speed drainage.


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