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imago

Private Member
Got to fill that in and send a pic of where were moving drain giving all diameters of pipes. Might be out ground next year

They're fcukers alright. If you look on their website they should have the specs for depths, pea gravel coverage, joint types etc. For some weird reason each water company has slightly different requirements. They'll probably want the run length and fall calculations too, and building control will want to get their snouts in.
 

John j

Mono Don
They're fcukers alright. If you look on their website they should have the specs for depths, pea gravel coverage, joint types etc. For some weird reason each water company has slightly different requirements. They'll probably want the run length and fall calculations too, and building control will want to get their snouts in.
Building controls got there snouts in.
 

paulf

Well-Known Member
No, it has cartoons of stick men in flat caps, and a lot of grim chimneys belching smoke.
Don't forget the stains from the
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Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
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I reckon he applied that with a specialist render trowel:

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Sorry for the cheap joke, @Mr G

On a serious note, that work is exceptionally bad and you should DEFINITELY threaten legal action if your contractor doesn't agree to have it redone at his/her expense. There is no way a time-served tradesman would do such appallingly shoddy work. It's only fair to give your contractor a chance to put it right, but I find it difficult to believe that the contractor didn't know his/her subbie wasn't experienced enough.
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