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Tips About Culverts
Culverts are drainage structures used to channel water underneath roads, embankments, railways or trails. They can range from small structures under home driveways to large industrial structures that support major water works. Culverts are typically made from concrete, steel or PVC. Driveway culverts periodically require unclogging, general maintenance, or in cases of erosion or separated joints, replacement. If you plan on performing culvert maintenance or replacing the culvert in your driveway, here are a few tips you may find helpful:

Tip #1: Check city regulations regarding culvert installation and maintenance.
Different cities have different laws pertaining to culverts. Often, the initial culvert must be installed by the homeowner, but subsequent culverts are replaced by the city. Also, your city might have rigid specifications regarding culvert maintenance and installation. You'll want to make sure that you or your contractor are up to date on the city culvert regulations.

Tip #2: Begin culvert replacement or maintenance before the rainy season.
Replacing your culvert during wet weather can cause the soil to fail to pack around the pipe, which can cause water to pool and subsequent erosion. If you must proceed during the rains, make sure you sand bag the area thoroughly to prevent flooding.

Tip #3: Vegetation helps to prevent erosion.
Roots help keep the soil around the culvert pipe secure. Soil that has settled away from the pipe leaves space for ground water to settle, which can ultimately cause erosion and disintegration of your pipe. Plant vegetation along the bank to help prevent future erosion.


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Construction professionals in need to culverts and related supplies often turn to culvert manufacturers, distributors and dealers for their culvert needs. A culvert acts as a conduit to enclose a flowing, passing body of water, and is used in sewer, drainage and other applications. Culverts can be used in an enclosure, pass underneath a road or railway, in an embankment, storm drains, low crossing, bridge, or subterranean uses. Construction professionals, engineers and architects need to install culverts because they can help steer or siphon an upstream or downstream river current or clear debris and trash from a sewer, storm or drainage system. Look online for the best types of culvert materials, such as steel, polyvinyl, chloride, concrete, or PVC. When considering how to choose a culvert for your construction needs, do your research beforehand, contacting a few different culvert manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and dealers. Many times, as part of a construction project, culvert manufacturers or dealers will bid on projects and the one with the lowest price chosen. Keep an eye out for durability of materials, company reputation, years in the culvert business, price and specialty. There are many shapes and sizes of culverts, which enclose a flowing body of water, used in sewer, drainage and other applications. Culverts can be used in an enclosure, pass underneath a road or railway, in an embankment, storm drains, low crossing, bridge, or subterranean uses. Decide which type of culvert or conduit you need. When meeting with each culvert supplier, inquire if the company is part of a local, national or international company, and whether it has any business affiliations. Make sure the culvert manufacturer offers the products and services you need before committing. Inquire about price, and the benefits and durability of each type of culvert before choosing a culvert provider.



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