Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need perforated or unperforated pipes?
Deciding between perforated and unperforated pipes can be difficult – especially since they both come with their uses and benefits.
However, perforated land drainage pipes have perforations (holes) that allow water to infiltrate, ultimately preventing waterlogging.
This makes them an excellent choice for agricultural, construction, and landscaping applications.
Whilst they’re often used to address surface water run-off, perforated drainage pipes can also come in useful for managing subsoil moisture and enhancing soil aeration.
To determine whether land drains with perforations are right for you, get in touch with the team today.
What are the benefits of using our perforated drainage pipes?
Every perforated drainage pipe we supply is manufactured to an exceptionally high standard, from top-quality HDPE.
Thanks to their lightweight material, they are incredibly easy to handle and quick to install, which helps to minimise your labour costs.
Our perforated pipes have been designed to prevent silt accumulation and they can be used on most soil types.
Supplied in a choice of diameters and lengths, you should have no problem finding something suitable for your application, either.
If you’d like to know more about the perforated drainage pipes we supply at Cotterill Civils, call us on 0121 351 3230.
Are perforated pipes expensive?
The price you’ll pay for perforated drainage pipes can vary depending on numerous factors – but we can assure you that our prices are highly competitive.
Some of our products come with free delivery and our prices include VAT, so you needn’t worry about incurring any additional costs when you check out.
For more information about the cost of our perforated drainage pipes, feel free to contact us.
When will perforated pipes be delivered?
Here at Cotterill Civils, we pride ourselves on quick turnaround times – ensuring our customers don’t have to wait too long for their perforated drainage pipes to arrive.
As a guide, we aim to deliver perforated land drainage coils within 1-4 working days, whereas Twinwall pipes can take slightly longer (usually 3-5 days).
When you check out, we’ll provide an estimated delivery date, to give you a better idea of when to expect the courier to bring your new drainage supplies.
You’ll receive a confirmation email shortly after your payment has gone through and we’ve processed your order, too.