Jan 31, 2019 4:35 pm
We built with Coral and moved in almost a year ago. We are looking at building a pool and have just found out the pipes that run from the house to the street are 2 m away from where they say they are on the plan. Does anyone know if we have any ability to push back and get them to move them at their expense as they don't match the plans?
Re: Plumbing pipes to plan2
Jan 31, 2019 6:51 pm
Downpipe and stormwater pipe positions are most often nominal and it is up to the plumber to decide where they should go. I would say that you have two chances...Buckleys and none but you can only try.
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Thanks for your reply and I will then definitely chase my builder regarding that. Thank you.