Downspout Drainage

The downspout drain is the most important drain in the Rainwater Drainage System.

These drains move the water collected from your roof out in away from your home. Usually to the street or a natural area behind the home.

In addition to moving the roof water, most all other drains attach to the downspout drain. For example, if you have a yard drain or a French drain installed in the backyard, the discharge point of that system connects to the downspout drain which already leads out to the street. Here comes the most important Drain in the Rainwater Drains system.

The downspout drain should be maintained every 3 to 5 years. It doesn’t matter if it’s corrugated pipe or if it’s PVC pipe this drain needs to be clean on a regular basis.

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