We stock a full range of road gullies and yard gullies. This reflects our commitment to excellence in providing underground drainage systems that boast top-tier craftsmanship.

Road Gully:

Our road gullies are crafted from durable polyethylene and exhibit exceptional strength. These road gully systems are the pinnacle of innovation, they flaunt a versatile design suited for various applications, from car parks to motorways. Distinguished for a dual combination outlet that forms an effective trap to neutralize unpleasant odours. Our road gullies are available in the following dimensions:

B9450 – 450mm x 900mm

B4750 – 450mm x 750mm

An integral facet of your surface water drainage, these road gullies feature a stepped spigot outlet tailored for 160 PVC drainage pipe. The inclusion of a cut line in the road gully allows seamless pipe connection adjustments, mitigating potential issues downstream. Our team at Build Plumb Plastics is readily available to provide guidance, ensuring you select the appropriate outlet gullies for your drainage system.

We also stock the 300m x 600m invert trapped yard gully.

Yard Gully:

As a parallel to road gullies, yard gullies serve as reliable alternatives to conventional gully traps, efficiently collecting and separating surface water.

Our yard gullies boast a modern and robust design, presenting a high-quality drainage solution ideal for heavy-duty applications. With a 110mm outlet seamlessly fitting 110mm underground drainage pipes, these yard gullies offer flexibility and efficiency.

Key benefits of our yard gullies include their lightweight nature, making handling and transportation easier. Furthermore, these gullies are adept at trapping silt, preventing its entry into drains and safeguarding against blockages.

At Build Plumb Plastics, we stock a comprehensive range of cost-efficient drainage products. Our drainage gullies epitomize the superior quality upheld at BP Plastics. Our team of experts are dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service and are always ready to assist you in choosing the right products for your underground drainage system. Reach out to us today for expert advice and support on 01255 258525!

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  • What are the gullies on the road?
    Road gullies are drainage systems that are installed on the sides of roads to collect rainwater and prevent flooding. They are designed to filter out debris and pollutants, and direct the water to a drainage system or a nearby body of water. Road gullies are an important part of road infrastructure and help to keep roads safe and functional.
  • What is a yard gully?
    A yard gully is a drainage system that is installed in the yard or garden of a property to prevent flooding or water damage. It typically consists of a small pit or basin that collects rainwater and other runoff, which is then directed through a pipe or channel to a larger drainage system or sewer. Yard gullies are commonly used in areas with heavy rainfall or poor soil drainage, and they can help to protect homes and other structures from water damage.
  • What is a road gully?
    A road gully is a drainage system that is typically found on roads and highways. It is designed to collect rainwater and other surface runoff and direct it into a drainage system to prevent flooding and water damage. The gully is usually a grated opening in the road surface that leads to a pipe or channel that carries the water away.
  • How do road gullies work?
    Road gullies are drainage systems that are designed to collect rainwater from the road surface and channel it away to prevent flooding. They are typically located at the edge of the road and consist of a metal or concrete grating that covers a pit or chamber. When it rains, the water flows into the grating and into the chamber, where it is then directed into a drainage pipe or culvert. The gully is designed to trap any debris or sediment that may be carried along with the water, preventing it from entering the drainage system and causing blockages. The collected debris is periodically removed by maintenance crews to ensure that the gully continues to function properly.
  • How deep are road gullies?
    It depends on the specific road and drainage system, but road gullies are typically between 600mm and 900mm deep.