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Searching for the best multi functional water management system that you can purchase online? Here are some tips to pick the best multi functional water management system. Taking into account the soil conditions, sizes of available crates, and the estimated water flow rate, you can start by excavating the site where you plan to install the soakaway crates. After doing this, you can then level the ground. This is necessary to ensure it is stable.

The two different colours of green and blue that they come in, in most cases signify where they can be used (can vary so check manufacturers usage instructions) and also in two different types – green and blue. The green soakaway crate can be used in non traffic areas (as they are not built to take the weight of a vehicle) and the blue ones can be used in traffic areas such as under driveways etc…. as they can take the weight of a vehicle. They can save you a fair amount of time and effort as you won’t then have to transport the rubble from source to your soakaway pit but they can be quite expensive compared to the cost of using traditional methods, especially if you already have the required materials available (left over from building work etc….).

If your soakaway is located under a patio or driveway then the cost to lift and re-lay the material could be more than the soakaway itself. The price depends on what type of surface you have; blocks, concrete, tarmac, patio slabs etc. Mini digger hire isn’t included in our price guide. If you need to dig deep, it will cost you more. How deep will depend on your garden, elevated locations are an issue for soakaway construction as you’ll need to dig deep. Ease of access is also a key issue. If you don’t have direct access to the location of the soakaway, then your tradespeople may have to go through the house or via a neighbour’s property. This will add time and cost to the project.

According to the different rainwater source, the Multi Functional Water Management System can be roughly divided into two categories: Roof rainwater, the roof rainwater is relatively clean and with less foreign matters, mud and other pollutants, it can be drained directly into water storage system through split-flow and simple filtration for the utilization after processing. Ground rain water, there are many foreign matters in the ground rainwater with complex pollutant source, after the split-flow and rough filtration, it must be treated through sediment then to be drained into the water storage system. See more info at Multi Functional Water Management System.