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Use this tag for plumbing-related drains such as under sinks, including when something is clogged it is helpful to include this so it is clear it is a drain clog.

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I am looking for a solution to drain my patio which is sloped toward one of its corners. The size of the patio is 15'x 35'and the area is Toronto (for rain volume estimation) I would like to drain my … patio using a floor drain (4" diameter) connected to a 4" pipe that will be drained to a dry well that will be ~12' away from the corner in question. Here is the link to the drain http …
asked Jul 5 '15 by MiniMe
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have cracked drain pipes under the cement slab that makes the floor of the basement. Before I start digging or looking closer to this can anybody tell me if there is any way to rule out this possibility …
asked Aug 4 '15 by MiniMe
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The patio looks like in the picture. I have no idea if this is standard practice but it looks dumb to me. There is a very small space between blocks and that is filled with dirt. Virtually the patio h …
asked Oct 31 '14 by MiniMe
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holes marked with blue are too high and the bottom ones are very few (2 in total for 120in!!) By my opinion if the water does not reach around 1in depth at the bottom of the french drain this will …
asked Oct 26 '14 by MiniMe
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can see some moss building up there) Question: after I slope this correctly by adding more dirt how do I drain this? Do I need to drain it at the upper level or should I build something that is dug in and drain it at the base level (the grass level in the picture) Thanks lot …
asked Apr 10 '15 by MiniMe
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In the picture below B is 2-3 inces below C A is 2-3 inces below C Currently the downspout goes to the main drain of the house I would like to drain the gutter on my lawn near point A What is the best option (esthetically and techically)? …
asked Oct 30 '16 by MiniMe
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the wall. These creack seem to be always wet ... As you can see there is a raised deck on the patio and the main problem with this is that the excavation needed for a french drain will reach the base … of the 4x4s that support the deck platform. The french drain will be installed under the patio like in the picture below and after that the pavers will be reset At this point I have two choices: 1 …
asked Oct 27 '14 by MiniMe