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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:10 pm 
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Has anyone worked with storm channel drainage like this stuff? https://www.drainagepipe.co.uk/products ... c-grating/

Iv dug out a channel along the side of my garage and also along the back side of my garage, there is also a brick shed joined to the backside of the garage so iv dug out along this also, above the brick shed is a rain gutter that runs down into a drain at the base of the shed, (just a small rain drain) I'm thinking ill just run the channel drain into this drain hole, please see pic iv attached to try explain better

My question is this can these storm drain channels be cut smaller and still join to other pieces, corners etc after being cut? are they designed this way? the channel iv cut will be long then round a bend with smaller pieces etc so trying to find out if this can be cut and joined up without any problems, thanks for any help


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Yes they can be cut, and butted up tight, surround in a concrete or sharp sand mix.

You can get the corner joiners but they are more expensive than a channel.


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