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ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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  Okay, hard lesson learnt . We hired a handyman, instead of a plumber , to replace a sector of downpipe. But the junction seems not sealed with i ...

marspin
New Contributor
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   Council said it’s my asset and we can do what we want to it as long as they can get to it if need to I’ve asked about raising it and putting a to ...

Sammi91
Newbie

I just bought 40mm pvc pipe and 40mm joiners (3/4/5 way joints) and the joints dont fit.. did I buy the wrong ones or?? Fwi it's not for water piping ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Not only once. But more than once , our downpipes were damaged by both former and current tenants with their careless use of line trimmers and mowers. ...

ritu
New Contributor
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        we had pergola sheets replaced by a tradie and he said he has fixed the slope by adding additional battan but as you can see in the pictur ...

Pwsingh
New Contributor
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My gutter is installed to the pergola recently and when it rains,the water flows out of the gutter.It’s lurching to the outside  

isabella1
New Contributor
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hall212
Frequent Browser
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I have a problem with water holding at the end of my patio and was just wondering what the best and easiest approach would be to get rid of the water. ...

perda
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I had an agi drain installed along the length of the house - 1.m away from from steps to try and stop ground water getting under the house. i ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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I have the great pleasure and challenge of designing the pool for the new house In our current place we have a small fibreglass pool which we didn't ...

jp171
Occasional Browser
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Hi,I have this drainage in my backyard and it seems to be broken or maybe it wasn't installed properly when concrete was done not sure!Looking for som ...

schoolhouse
Budding Browser
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Hi there, wondering if it’s possible to stem a leak from an old iron water tank? The leak is small, around a few mm as far as I can tell and on the si ...

jbs1
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, I've got a house with inexplicably no drainage down the high-side of the property, so that when it rains the water runs straight off the side- ...

Kiama2005
New Contributor
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This is Aceline guttering and I do not wish to dismantle Joint. Is there any spray on rubberised solution available that would be suitable. Thanks ...

kalradeepak
Junior Contributor
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Hi looking for advice to which water pressure jet should I buy. I have lot of hard soil and it's hard to reach and also unable to dislodge with normal ...

kalradeepak
Junior Contributor
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Hello everyone Is there any adaptor available to connect downpipe to storm pipe. Please see attached image. It's little bit angle so straight pipe wil ...

Shane
Experienced Contributor
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When we water the garden from our water tank there’s a strong sulphur (rotten eggs) smell. Obviously we don’t drink the water, it’s just for the garde ...

ChrisNocker
Budding Contributor
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Hi all,I'm planning to build this pergola and decking. The house currently does not have enough downpipes so I wanted to add at least one (or maybe tw ...

jkslui
New Contributor
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Hi there, I need to get some ideas or hints of what I can do to basically utilise or hide the stormwater retention pits. My thought is to remove th ...

Garvo
New Contributor
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G'day A small leak has started from low bung in 5000l water tank, new house, tank is approx 5 years old. In photo you will see that the bung was may ...

lizbdd
Browser Extraordinaire
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I dog-sit my neighbours’ dog when they are at work. I would like to make a plumbed dog toilet made from pallets when I am unable to take him for a wal ...

Bernieovado
Newbie
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Hi. I'm wanting to do a water feature. The only thing above ground is sandstone blocks 3 or 4 on top of each other (secured to one another and the gro ...

httpmrchris
Newbie
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Hey there -- hope you're well! I have a super basic outdoor bath and was looking to create an equally as basic outdoor shower. This is the bath set ...

SuseMck
Junior Contributor
2 replies

I'm wanting to cover my pvc stormwater connections to protect the pvc (1) from the sun and (2) from physical damage as this is in my driveway. It also ...