Need an ACO drain replacing. At present, we have an Aco drain plastic which has dropped. I would like to replace this with another ACO or similar but more highly rated. I think the existing is probably rated 5 tons but I think 12 or 12.5 tons may be better. We would like one with metal edges or concrete casing. Length is 3.08 meters but with slight amendment 3 would do. As far as I can ascertain, it will need digging out to about 20 cm and firm base concrete put in place. There are approx. 30 paviours which need to be got up and replaced afterwards. Existing width of drain is 125 mm. This is just a private driveway but we want a drain which will last which is why I think a higher rating than the existing would be of benefit.
Drains - installation / unblocking / cleaning, Manchester
21:19 19 July 2018
Water is leaking from a broken or displaced external soil pipe and as a result, leaking into the basement. The external soil pipes or joins need to be repaired or replaced.
The pipes are at approx. 1-2 feet deep - please break down the quote - e.g. £xx for digging, £xx for repair, £xx for replacing, etc.
Please ask if you need more details.
This job is urgent, and the work definitely needs to get done, so need someone round either this weekend, or this coming week from Monday onwards.
I wish to have a French drain installed at the back of the house. This would require hand digging to foundation level. Placing perforated land drain pipes wrapped in a membrane and back filled with shingle. The pipe work would be connected into chambers of existing clay pipes to direct any water away from the house.
Drains - installation / unblocking / cleaning, New Malden
09:03 19 July 2018
As part of a rear extension we need a drainage specialist to perform the following tasks.
1. remove 2 gulleys and replace with waste pipe to sewer
2. remove cast iron soil pipe and replace with plastic pipe
3. redirect new soil pipe to side of building
4. remove existing manhole and add inspection chamber in new location
5. add new drainwater pipes around new extension and connect to soakaway
6. connect drainage to soakaway
7. connect new pipes for new downstairs bathroom to soil pipe/inspection chamber (pipes not required to be connected to toilet and sink)
8. reconnect bath, shower and sink waste directly to new soil pipe, currently connected via funnel