A Culvert pipe keeps the water flow moving under the asphalt along the drainage ditch near the roadway. After several years it may start to rust and deteriorate affecting not only the water flow but also the look and condition of your driveway.
From time to time, asphalt pavement above a culvert will need to be repaired or replaced. Pulling into your driveway or shoveling during the winter may become a hassle.
We recommend checking first with your Municipality to see if you as a Homeowner, are responsible for the replacement or they are.
Culverts come in a variety of sizes depending on your needs and your Village requirements. Some municipalities do not require Flares to be installed. However, if they do, we've got you covered.