Landscape Drainage Materials
There are three primary types of landscape drainage systems. Depending on the type of drainage system you are working with, the landscape drainage materials will vary.
For French Drain Systems, which are rather common, the landscape drainage materials needed include: a standard PVC pipe, plastic perforated pipes, and/or metal pipes.
Another drainage system known as a Combination Filter Fabric or Multi-flow Drainage system requires a different, unique set of landscape drainage materials. These landscape drainage materials include stacked perforated pipes wrapped in polypropylene filter fabric. This sort of drainage system helps prevent the passage of soil into the drainage system but in turn does not allow for high flow rates.
The final common form of landscape drainage is known as a Geotextile Fabric System. The landscape drainage materials needed for this system are a pipe system made of a non-woven geotextile fabric with a high density polyurethane core. This drainage system allows for a high flow rate.
To determine the proper landscape drainage materials for your specific drainage system, contact Intech Anchoring at for a free estimate and to speak with one of our experts.