Plumbing: Complete

Granted, that doesn’t include any water supply.  This is specifically connecting the shed to the storm water for the building permit sign off.  Has a 1:100 gradient, and I’ve gone with 100mm pipe inground – significantly stronger (double the price) of 90mm, and can cope with a vehicle driving over the top rather than crushing just by looking at it.

Deal is I am doing the infill, so don’t be surprised that it doesn’t look quite finished.  Backyard currently looks like it has had a Y section autopsy!

Tomorrow it is the electrician’s turn.  Just goes to show: build a shed and there is no saving the back yard.  The final step in the whole process will be to get the back yard redone, including new turf to go from destruction to picture-perfect (again).

2 Responses

  1. Without knowing the “lay of the land” have you thought about maybe including storm water pits while you have the storm water trenches open?

  2. Wow, seeing all that beautiful rain water going down the drain. The term storm water makes it sound like it is something bad.
    Here in Geraldton the stuff is too precious to just let flush away, it needs to go into a water tank and be used. The water up here is mostly ground water and is very hard so it is good to use the rainwater in your hot water system to extend the life of the unit.

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