Thursday, June 14, 2012


Now that the scaffolding has been removed, machinery can be introduced to the site to dig trenches for service drains around the house. Connections will be made to the local sewer drain, electrical and water provider, and the storm-water will be drained to a collection tank for use on-site. The drain trenches are machine dug where possible, and once the pipework is laid, scoria is placed into the trench around the pipes.

Storm-water cesspit base 

The hole at the rear of the house for a storm-water collection tank


Elrond said...

House looking great in that first shot.

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Darryl Iorio said...

That seemed like quite a lot of work. Well, this kind of project should be carefully and keenly completed, especially when working on the laying of pipes, to ensure that the water will properly flow into it. Also, arrange the drainage system in a way that makes it possible for the subsurface to be renovated in the future. Just in case, the drains stop working or get damaged.

-Darryl Iorio

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