Oct 06, 2019 2:10 pm
Hi, I'm trying to work out my draining issues for a paving area we are doing.
I have a sloping block, with the hose on the high side of the block. The paving area we are doing is on the low side of the house.
We have retaining walls along one side, with two agi pipes running downhill. One pipe just outflows into the garden, the other one runs further past the end of the retaining wall, and under a previous concrete slab to outflow further downhill into the garden.
Now that i have removed the previous slab, I am going to be putting crushed rock down and then pave over the top of that. My question is, what do i do with this slotted agi pipe that runs directly through the middle of the paving area?
I am thinking of replacing it with normal slotted pipe and still have it outflow into the garden.
THe plans say that these pipes should have been connected to the SW, but they dont. Should i try and work it so that they do, or is it ok to have Agi pipes just outflow into the garden area?
Thanks for any advice.
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