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Do sub-surface drains (e. g. French drains, rubble drains, etc
I'd like to drain some rainwater sitting on an in-ground pool cover. I siphoned the first few inches quite easily with one end at the street level—which, luckily, is a little lower than both the front- and the back- yards—and the other in the pool. T
Walk-behind trenchers are useful for creating narrow, medium depth trenchs in areas with reasonable elbow room. They will usually dig up to 3 feet deep, though some may go up to 4 feet. They are usally set up for a 6 inch wide trench, though 4" and 8
InspectAPedia tolerates no conflicts of interest. We have no relationship with advertisers, products, or services discussed at this website. Foundation drainage: This article discusses building foundation drainage: footing drains, used to prevent fou
It's generically called a screen, and they range from a wooden frame with a section of metal mesh on it that you shovel mixed material on, which sorts itself by gravity, on up to a mechanized thing on the back of a tractor trailer with a bunch of con
I have a concrete house and there is a drainage pipe from the roof that seemed clogged. The pipe from the roof top the bottom is within the concrete wall. At the bottom, the pipe comes from three wall with two 90 degree angle elbows to the side of th
The typical base is pretty much what you described: topsoil dug down to undisturbed soil and/or topsoil dug out then soil machine compacted 2" layer of crushed rock, machine compacted 2" another layer of crushed rock, machine compacted repeat until y
Water is the enemy of decorative concrete. And the water can come from anywhere. Most often, it comes from irrigation sprinklers that are installed well after the concrete contractor is done
Selling a house with suspected mold is not always easy, but not disclosing the damage is also risky. By drainage problem you are a bit vague.