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Best Pop-Up Emitter: Crush Test Provides Proof

Best Pop-Up Emitter: Crush Test Provides Proof

Best Pop-Up Emitter: Crush Test Provides Proof To prove how indestructible our pop up emitter v2.0 is, we did a crush test on five different pop up models.  Which one fares to be the best pop up emitter? Since this is a crush test, we used one of our 3500 HD with the...
Pop Up Drain for Downspouts that Won’t Clog

Pop Up Drain for Downspouts that Won’t Clog

Pop Up Drain for Downspouts that Won’t Clog The number one problem with using a pop up drain for downspouts is the grass will grow over it and then it can’t discharge the water. This has been an industry problem for decades and decades, and nobody has done a thing...
How Do I Install a French Drain?

How Do I Install a French Drain?

How Do I Install a French Drain? How to Install a French Drain, Step by Step Instructions 1. Prep Your French Drain Trench After you’ve planned your French drain location you will need to cut the sod before you start your dig. You want the sod cutter to be set at the...
How to Connect a Pop up Emitter to Drain Pipe

How to Connect a Pop up Emitter to Drain Pipe

How to Connect a Pop up Emitter to Drain Pipe I’m going to show you how to connect a pop-up emitter to drainpipe – any drain pipe whether it’s PVC or corrugated. Connect Pop Up to Thin Wall PVC SDR 35 When you buy a pop up it comes with a fitting and the...
How to Install a French Drain the Right Way

How to Install a French Drain the Right Way

How to Install a French Drain the Right Way When you are installing a french drain you want to use an excavator to remove all the dirt from the trench. The trench you see here has been excavated, the soil has been taken out and hauled away. There is a pipe at the...
Digging a Trench for a French Drain That Lasts

Digging a Trench for a French Drain That Lasts

A french drain begins with digging a trench. We recommend using an excavator to start digging the trench at the low points in the yard and work our way to the discharge location.   Your trench should be 14 inches wide, and once your fabric and pipe are in the...