Polypipe Terrain pioneered the production of plastic drainage systems in the UK more than 50 years ago and we remain the number one choice for engineered, robust drainage solutions for Commercial and Public Buildings.
From single solution products to fully designed and assembled systems, Polypipe Terrain can help you achieve class-leading benefits for your commercial project; from hospitals, hotels, leisure centres and sports stadiums, for example, to public buildings and office blocks.
In particular, Polypipe Terrain has the expertise and insight to help replace decaying, unhealthy drainage and soil stacks quickly and easily within high rise residential apartment complexes.
These unique fabricated drainage stacks not only allow for minimal disruption on-site, but ensure residents can remain in their homes during the work – resulting in significant cost and time-saving benefits.
Developed and tested under factory-controlled conditions, each drainage stack is manufactured off-site to ensure quality of seal, fit and integrity. And because they’re lighter in weight than rigid systems, they’re easy and safe to handle; delivered complete, fully air-tested and ready for installation.
Polypipe Terrain will also provide the support of a dedicated Project Manager as part of this service – who’ll plan-in delivery schedules and budgets, working to reduce time and waste on-site and ensure a quicker, more cost-effective installation.
Further innovation comes with Polypipe Terrain Firetrap sleeves and collars. Designed to meet and perform beyond today’s strict fire rating regulations, they offer up to four hours’ fire protection, whether used with Terrain Soil and Waste Systems, Terrain FUZE or Terrain Acoustic dB12 pipe systems.
It’s what Polypipe Terrain is proud to call Minimal Disruption, Maximum Protection.
The smart solution for local authorities
Watch our video on livestack replacement:
Or read our blog post... Live Stack Replacement
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