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Driveway drainage

My drive slopes towards the house and there hasn't been a soak away or drainage gulley built into the drive. I'm looking for a cost effective solution to remedy this problem of rainwater pooling near the front of the house. I'm a end terrace which has side access and drains (if that helps)

4 Answers from MyBuilder Driveway Pavers

Yes It would b a good idea to put a secret drain in place ! And would be the best and cheapest solution , I specialise in roofin but I have frittered a few because the Dow pipes from the house I reeoofed had to have one fittered


Answered 23rd Feb 2017

a row of aco drains would help with water


Answered 3rd Mar 2017

i would say cut a small channel out and lay 6mm shingle in place this would help with the water. aco's are good but can get blocked up over the years


Answered 5th Apr 2017

There should be a drainage pot collecting the water from the downpipe. By cutting a channel in front of the house and laying in aco drainage on a bed of concrete. We can then pipe the aco into the drainage pot . Solving the problem.


Answered 30th Apr 2017

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