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First, let me say I'm mystified as to why your question has been migrated to Home Improvement - your question is about a Landscaping product, so posting it on SE Garden and Landscaping was exactly the right thing to do. Unfortunately, it had been moved by the time I logged back on late tonight, so too late for me to give a no vote. ACO themselves do supply ...


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We have a high water table where we live, and I have a pump installed in a hole underneath the foundation in my basement, as well as a pump in the lawn outside. In springtime they are both running quite a bit, pumping the water into a ditch behind the home, and this has prevented any flooding issues. I've been told I don't need the one in the lawn if I have ...


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"no fines concrete", eg no sand is not used when making the concrete. No-Fines Concrete is a method of producing light concrete by omitting the fines from conventional concrete. No-fines concrete as the term implies, is a kind of concrete from which the fine aggregate fraction has been omitted. This concrete is made up of only coarse aggregate, ...


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For someone who installs sumps pumps practically every day of the week, a check valve is part and parcel of sump pump's discharge line. We typically install it within the sump and then make sure the discharge line is going up and out and has a pitch away from the house. The crucial area where you don't want water to pool up, is the immediate 5-6'from the ...


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Hydrabarrier from Watershed innovations. Fill with water and place outside door. But I think you have more of a problem than water....the gap is so wide that rodents & snakes can get into your apartment. I dont think that's up to construction standards. Not to mention cold and hot air coming in...or snow dependeing where you live. The owner of the ...



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