Allied Exterior LLC - AE Drainage Contractors
Owner: Connor Van Gemert
In business since 2014.
Here at Allied Exterior LLC we are dedicated to customer service and providing quality work with attention to detail.
Continually researching innovative ways to create effective yet economical drainage solutions everyday. We strive to ensure we use all of the most up to date top quality professional products, materials, and installation practices.
Allied Exterior LLC
Smooth interior with a Manning's value of 0.012 resulting in increased flow capacity. Inert HDPE material is resistant to the effects of chemicals, abrasion, hot soils, and effluent. Lightweight product for best-installed cost and maximizing delivery and installation efficiencies. Structurally designed corrugated exterior to support typical construction and long term loading
HDPE Pipe for Stormwater, Sewer and Drainage
HDPE corrugated pipe is a strong and economical drainage pipe. HDPE pipe is light-weight and easy to install which is why it is a favorable alternative to reinforced concrete pipe.
Homeowners find that the single wall HDPE corrugated pipe is an economical, easy–to–install solution to common residential storm water drainage problems. These may include downspouts run off, foundation drainage tile, wet spots on the lawn.
Schedule 40 PVC pipe is widely used for everything from drainage to commercial plumbing. We typically use if requested, preferred if being installed under foundation or road. Max WP: 220 PSI Standards: NSF Safe for potable water applications, ASTM D1784
PVC D 3034 sewer main pipe is for sewer and storm drainage purposes only. Used in gravity fed waste elimination systems, it is highly resistant to chemicals commonly found in sewage and industrial waste. A good between option with strength but not as thick as sch. 40, a good go to pipe for many applications.
ASTM D2729 PVC pipe is produced for Sewer/Drain and other non-pressure applications.
We may use in vegetable garden beds as a perforated French drain setup. This particular pipe we do not often use as it has a very low psi crush rating and it is easy to destroy.
Gravel perforated system is using a drain pipe with holes in it combined with the use of fabric and gravel as a soil separator. This type of system is usually used when there is a need to collect subsurface water. Gravel perforated system can be used in tandem with the design of a solid pipe drainage system.
Solid pipe system is using a drain pipe with no holes, this type of system does not require gravel or fabric soil separator. This system is usually used when there is a need of channeling surface water, or water that collects in pot holes to an outlet typically the street. It is best to use solid pipe instead of perforated pipe when channeling roof gutter water away from the house.
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