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Discussion in 'Buildings & Infrastructure' started by Surgery, Feb 14, 2018.
had a couple of quotes and was shocked , who is about , thanks
Hunter plastic via Travis / Buildbase / Jewsons. Thanks k I bet about 45% off list
Or Google it, several screwfix type companies that specialise in this, haulage can be pricey for the long lengths though
It is shockingly expensive for what it is. Last lot of 4” down I got was 3m lengths from toolstation worked out cheapest. Hate to think what the 6” stuff comes to
TBH if its out of sight, 6m length of twinwall is OK.
Reckon the "proper" way is approaching £100 a drop with brackets and all.
Used these last year for 6" gutter but not downpipe. Weren't too bad I recall. Can you drop it into a smaller downpipe? ie 110mm
use steel for the last bit as it will take being knocked
Just had to replace 4m of 110mm thanks to a haulier who didn`t wait for someone to watch him back - about £35
Thinking the same , £20 a length against getting up to £100 for the proper stuff. Would be looking at it around the back of the yard but then again I would always think I've saved around £450 with other fittings !!
Have you tried looking for 150mm soil pipe? Same stuff, different price.
use old slurry pipes in them situations
Funny enough just had a very good price from a local family firm in the next town to us and now ordered , buidbase and the likes of were ridiculous , does help I know him but 100's of pounds less.
No, it`s on the milk bottling shed which whould not have its image enhanced with the addition of old slurry pipes
Do you mind sharing contact ?
Not at all , A W Mobbs coal-building merchants , Wheatley , Oxfordshire.
Ask for Andy Mobbs.
Very good family firm , I did ask him if it was ok to forward his details regarding the pipe.
Use soil pipe here but in black.