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Kerb Weep Holes – Stormwater Outlets

Kerb Weep Holes – Stormwater Outlets

Heavy duty galvanised RHS and Kerb Weep Holes are a crucial component in urban drainage systems, designed to allow water to escape from behind retaining walls or kerbs to prevent waterlogging and structural damage. The design of a kerb weep hole is straightforward yet effective, featuring a small opening that penetrates through the kerb, providing a direct pathway for water to flow out.

Applications of RHS Weepholes

Applications of RHS weep holes are diverse, serving both functional and structural purposes. They are commonly used to enhance drainage efficiency and prevent water buildup behind retaining walls, within garden beds, and along pathways. By allowing excess water to escape, RHS weep holes play a critical role in protecting structures from water damage and reducing the risk of flooding in urban and residential areas.

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Products Description Quantity Quote Request
JO 200100
RHS 200x100 Joiner
200x100x4mm Galvanised RHS (Sold Per Meter) — Full Length 6m
RHS12575 3
125x75x3mm Galvanised RHS (Sold Per Meter)
Weep Holes For Standard Kerb
Weep Holes For Roll Kerb
RHS 200mm x 100mm to 100mm Stormwater Pipe Connector
RHS Kerb Adaptor to suit 200mm x 100mm

Advantages of Stormwater Kerb Outlet

The advantages of a stormwater kerb outlet are manifold, offering an effective solution for managing runoff in urban settings. These outlets facilitate rapid drainage of stormwater from streets, minimising water pooling and the potential for flooding. Additionally, by directing water away from road surfaces and infrastructure, stormwater kerb outlets help to maintain the integrity of the urban environment and ensure safe conditions for pedestrians and vehicles alike.


Kerb Outlets for Residential Stormwater Solutions

Kerb outlets serve as an essential component of residential stormwater solutions, effectively managing runoff and preventing water accumulation in home surroundings. They are designed to integrate seamlessly with local drainage systems, ensuring that water from heavy rains is quickly diverted away from properties. This not only reduces the risk of flooding and water damage but also contributes to a cleaner, more pleasant residential environment for all inhabitants.