3 Reasons to choose underground drainage
This entry was posted on April 6, 2018.
When you're deciding on the best way to install drainage and piping for your property, there are many factors to consider. With various different types of pipes available, from materials used to whether you'd like your drainage above or below ground, knowing what to pick for your home can be a confusing task. For many properties, underground drainage may be the best choice. Here are just a few reasons why:
The simplest, and most obvious, reasons for choosing to install underground drainage is that compared to other forms of visible drainage, buried plastic pipe doesn't present an eyesore on your home. Whether it's just your personal preference or if you're looking to make your property as attractive as possible for the purposes of selling it, underground drainage is the ideal way to remove that additional clutter.
2. A more secure solution
While above ground drainage might seem like it's easier to maintain, and in many cases it is, it pales in comparison to the security that underground drainage provides. Thanks to natural insulation, your piping is far less likely to be damaged by weather and is also less exposed to the elements. If you're looking for pipes that are going to last, then choosing to go underground might just be the best solution for you.
3. Accidents won't happen
We've all broken something in our property by accident - whether it's dropping a precious item, a football flying through a glass window or even knocking or nudging piping that can result in less than positive results. The same principle applies to your drainage system - it's far more difficult for accidents to happen, which result in additional wear and tear or even replacement, which keeps your pipes pristine for longer. Reducing the risk of your drainage system breaking down is important to all households.
If you're thinking about updating your drainage system or you just want to change to underground drainage, we have everything you need to make the change, from pipes and fittings to chambers and covers. Take a look at our full range of underground piping and accessories here.
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