Here’s a property at Williamstown that is having some outdoor renovations done. The following pictures and work below were completed over a few days on separate occasions. The biggest difference is the new shed and 2 x 22,500L water tanks. My job was to do a little demolition, prepare the shed and tank pad as well as dig the trenching for power, water and sewage.
A really nice fella just up the road from me was having big, big issues with his Septic Tank. After a bit of investigating we discovered not only was the Sewer Drainage Pipe blocked but it wasn’t configured in the best way. The initial connection position to the tank was not the correct layout and because of this he was only using about 30% of the tanks capacity. Yep a big problem indeed.
If you’re having a new home built or thinking about it in the future, you should know that precise preparation will result in a longer lasting home and a quicker construction time. I’m an expert in the field of New House Connections and Excavations and know how the process should flow from step to step. I would also recommend that any inexperienced owner consult with a knowledgeable contractor first.
Located out at Swan Reach in the Barossa Valley, this little shack is being extended to double the living & storey size to enjoy the views of the Murray River. Both Bobcat and Excavator were required to firstly locate and remove an old septic tank that needed to be disposed before levelling out the site (and what an old tank she was!)