176 drain pipe Craftsman Home Design Photos

Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
Craftsman Home
Drain pipe
drain pieces...Chain down pipe
“Interesting copper downspout. A series of cups that flow one into the other. I would wonder about” — Dale
Ventana Construction LLC
11 Reviews
Greenlake Custom Home
rain chain instead of drain pipe!
“Corbel” — mfile11
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
color of drain pipes
“Craftsman really nice clean” — E & A Investments
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Parkinson Avenue West
details of supports, painting of all pipes to match house color
Traditional style new residence in Palo Alto, California.hidden drain pipe
drain pipes
“Width of Window frames” — jamthor
English Stone
13 Reviews
County Blend Stone Retaining Wall
Retaining wall and drain pipe
“paint foundation mocha” — austinaggie79
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Parkinson Avenue West
Ext bump out drain pipe
“Great Grey color” — lovecolor47
SKD Architects
8 Reviews
Edina on Parade
After a heavy rain, water runs into the garage. I plan to have a French drain installed at the garage doors. I know that the volume of water may or may not be drained away with this fix. Would drainage be increases by removing the concrete drive way and replacing that
trench drain at least 4' away from the garage doors. That will depend on how much it slopes toward the garage. Best to have some drainage away from the garage first. The drain should be piped around the house or to the best draining point on the site. The water should be directed to the drain and out
use pavers, a French drain could work because the drainage is also under the pavers. You should use pervious pavers. Typically, there is drainage system of piping under them with specific granular material. The pavers have a larger space and aggregate between them. So they drain better. What is the
“garage block” — mcfraser03
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
any kind, remember to include weep holes, so moisture or rainwater can escape. You can do this by adding a smaller-diameter PVC pipe in between the rocks to act as a drain.
“Rocks” — rainydygrl
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