Residential Plastic Drainage Walls

DIY Plastic Culvert Walls for Homeowners

Don’t work harder, work smarter. Hartman Products provide a simple, attractive pipe end drainage system without all the hard labor and stress. Best of all, this system is completely DIY- no expensive contractors needed. Are you looking for an affordable headwall system that is durable, cost-effective, and can be installed in an hour?

Look no further than Hartman Products.

Nationwide Installations

Thousands of residential installations have been completed across the US by homeowners just like you. Hartman endwalls and headwalls are designed to be easy to install along a home's drainage ditch.

Attractive Stone Appearance

The look of hand-laid stone that will compliment any area. Hartman Products are made of a textured heavy-duty polyurethane that is designed to blend in naturally to it's surrounding landscape.

One Hour Installation

Our process is as simple as place the unit, fill it with sand or soil, and secure it with the lid. There is no easier or quicker method for drainage wall installation.

Durable and Safe

No maintenance and no worries. Once installed, Hartman endwalls and headwalls won't degrade or require any sort of additional maintenance.

How to Install a Plastic Culvert Wall

  • Excavate trench and place pipe as you normally would, being careful to tamp the soil after placing the pipe.

  • Use one of the available pipe size adapters if needed for smaller pipes. Slide the adapter into the base drainage wall unit, matching male to female.

  • Slide the base pipe wall unit over the drainage pipe and position it where you want. Attach the base unit to the pipe with 3 galvanized screws in the back collar at the spaces provided.
  • Fill the pipe wall unit with a heavy material such as sand or dirt. If you are using a sectional piece as well, fill the sectional piece with a material that is not concrete. Be sure to leave some room at the top for possible expansion of material due to freezing.

  • Place the headwall cap on and attach with 4 galvanized screws at the corners to secure it.

  • Backfill around the pipe and the Hartman Endwall or Headwall. For best results, use proper compaction practices. To minimize soil erosion, put large stone in tail ditch below the pipe and seed all around the excavated area.

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