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Music Applause Music Applause Music Applause hi this is David Odell with Odell complete concrete today I'm going to show you how to put a basic drain system in through the curb into the street and all the way into the backyard and picking up all your arms down spouted downspouts from your gutter at the same time all underground into a 3-inch drain so what we just did here is we painted out where we want to run the line the reason we painted it out is because we're going to have area drains popped up and specifically I wanted those area drains in a straight line where the concrete's going to be going and I wanted them centered so we've painted this trench out so that we cannot dig it one time and like the drain in the uprights for the area drains and they'll all be centered in a straight line so here's your here's a downspout right here from a gutter what we're going to do is take off that little round part at the end and then I've got some down there called downspout adapters for this 3-inch drain line and you can get it at any local hardware store I happen to get this when I believe that I got so their home depot some of it Lowe's just happened to wherever I was at whatever was nearest is where I went so I've got some nice small trenching shovels so we don't have to over dig a lot of extra excess dirt so these are trenching shovels are about four inches wide and that's big enough to get this three inch drain pipe in into the trench so we started about 18 inches deep in the front yard this is the backyard here and there's an existing drain back here that we had to tie into it was about it's about six inches deep back here so we had to connect to that so we started an 18 the front we're about six inches deep in the back so we've got 12 inches of slope in the drain line this is the side yard and we're going to have we're going to be putting concrete in here we're going to have a four area drains and then we're going to have two hookups to two of the downspouts from the gutters and that'll all go right into um one drain and then right into the street here's the tool that we use to drill through the curb we back the truck up against that so we can push against something and now you can get something you can use for leverage and now you just turn it on run some water and start pushing it in we have a wet back here to clean it up now as we go through here one of these tools make Corning real easy you can do it with a smaller tool but it just takes.