Installing Sinks in the Backyard Drainage

Jun 4th

Identifies the point in backyard drainage where water collects and inserts the pin in the center to mark the location of the sump. Planning the course for the rest of the system by placing a long rope on the floor from the stake to your designated output. Make the course is straight and direct. Place a plastic tarp over the rope. Use a shovel to cut through the turf and leave it in the ditch. Using a handle for ditches, dig a 20 cm wide by 45 cm deep, throwing earth on the canvas.

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Large Backyard Drainage

Start at the end of the ditch next to the point where it will sink for backyard drainage and cava 0.3 cm deep for 30 cm long in a smooth and consistent slope. Place 15 cm above the bottom of the trench. Place filter cloth water on the surface of gravel.

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Place drain pipes perforated PVC 10 cm in the trench. Connecting joints with adjustments “T”, “Y” or elbow, depending on the angle needed to connect each piece of tubing. Measure the depth of the sink with a stick and dig a whole the same depth. Insert the sink so that the backyard drainage cap is flush with the ground.