DIY Network

DIY Network/Topics /

Drainage

Top 68 Drainage Projects

  1. 31. Perforated Pipe Tip (00:53)

    Wrap perforated drainage pipe in landscape mesh to keep dirt out.

  2. 32. Deadly Drainage (00:03:13)

    Cross-contamination in this home's plumbing could be life threatening.

  3. 33. French Drain (01:54)

    The importance of French drains and their installation process.

  4. 34. Clawfoot Tub Installation (03:38)

    Relax in the comfort of your brand new classic clawfoot bathtub.

  5. 35. How to Provide Drainage for the Yard

    With a new drain installed, a yard is ready for anything: new sod, planting beds or, in this case, an easy-install patio.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  6. 36. How to Analyze Soil Temps and Drainage

    Soil temperature and water drainage rates are as important to a plant as sunlight and fertilizer. Learn how to analyze these key elemen...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 37. How To Build a French Drain

    Direct water out of a landscape with this easy-to-build drainage ditch.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  8. 38. Contemporary Kitchen Elements (04:31)

    Come along for the last stage of this remodeling project.

  9. 39. Hidden No Longer (03:08)

    No longer hidden by trees, a rebuilt house gets a brand-new front yard.

  10. 40. Ultimate French Drain (20:01)

    A drainage problem is solved underground with a kicked up French drain.

  11. 41. Moisture in Foundation (01:30)

    A French drain is a good solution to moisture in a foundation or basement.

  12. 42. Seasonal Home Improvement (01:00)

    The DIY Basics on making seasonal improvements to your home.

  13. 43. Desperate on Dogwood Part 2 (05:56)

    In a quiet, secluded neighborhood, this landscape screams for help.

  14. 44. Deck Drainage System (01:08)

    The Trex RainEscape is a simple drainage system for walkout decks.

  15. 45. Drainage (01:43)

    Poor drainage is the enemy of any good landscape.

Advertisement