We are considering extending our french drain but have a propane tank in the way. Would it work to make a bend in the drain and move the low lying area to make to straight pipes that join at 30-40 degree angle. "L" shaped but not 90 degrees. Help our developer is giving us the run around!
if i under stand you all you want to do is extend your release point beond the propane tank. if the tank is above ground can you go under it? if not i would use the flexible A.D.S. pipe. it can be curved to fit and it is easy to use. other wise, a 45 degree angle is not uncommon in drainage and the fittings are easy to find.
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