ACO drains are specifically designed channels or gullies that filter excess water around your home exterior and therefore prevent flooding. Find out more about the the cost of installing an aco drain system.
Aco drainage channels come with concrete designs and can easily prevent water from accumulating around a house. The decision to install ACO drains can be proven very useful if your house is located on a slope and in a part of the UK with persistent sessions of flash floods such as south-West Britain and North-East part of Britain. In addition, there is provision for installation of ACO drain channels internally, too, in a wet room or a bathroom. This process comes in handy when a house has poor ventilation.
Aco drain channels prices
Aco drain prices vary depending on the quality of the system that you want to go for. Below you can see several examples of sources from several online stores.
Manthorpe Linear Pavement Drain, 1 meter: £7.99 + VAT
Manthorpe Domestic Channel Drainage, 3 meters: 29.99 + VAT
Manthorpe Domestic Channel Bulk Deal,48 meters: £311.52 + VAT
ACO Raindrain Domestic Channel Drain, 1m x 118mm x 97mm: £9.34 + VAT
ACO drain installation cost (labor)
There is no easy way to determine the exact cost of ACO drain installation, as different factors can affect the cost of installation.
Factors Influencing the cost of an ACO drainage installation:
It should come as absolutely no surprise that the quality and kind of material you decide to end up buying will trigger the cost factor to a great extent.
Size: There is the aspect of the size of the job, too; the aco drain installation cost per meter is usually slightly smaller if the drain is bigger in size and lower if the drain is only a few meters.
Area: Another factor that is considered a large determinant of the cost of ACO installation is the area you live in. If you live in big cities such as London or Manchester, expect to may more as drain installation professionals/companies tend to charge more.
Internal vs. External: The installation of ACO drains internally is a complicated process compared to an external aco drains installation job (for example, driveway drainage). Therefore, you may have to pay a little more if the installation is internal.
Quality: The quality of the ACO drain system that will select, will affect the overall cost of the installation, as the price can vary significantly.
Company/Contractor: Several drain installation companies/contractors charge more if they have a good reputation. Large companies also usually charge more as they have more expenses to cover (stuff, offices, transportation, specialized equipment, etc.)
Your daily work will not be affected, and the chance of water entering your house is almost zero. The only thing you need to make sure of is that you go for a very well-qualified professional drainage installation service that can handle the job carefully! Do not try to save too much money on installation charges by hiring someone who is not competitive. Such a practice will most likely force you to spend extra money in the future due to an inferior quality of the job done.