Got a problem with the outside grid that takes away the waste water from
sink and bath, etc......
The outside grid is sunk below ground level by about a foot. Over time water
had broke up/worked into/splashed back in the area surrounding the round
grid. So the sides have broke way and water is outside the pipe top (the bit
with the little round grid on about a foot down)... Jeez..describing it was
difficult. Hope you get my drift.
Anyway, I need to know what concrete or mortar is best to use to repair
around the pipe opening, the surround of which has water caught in it. Also
the sloping side which should funnel any water into the pipe/grid which have
sorry...I'm finding it difficult to describe... but I reckon whatever
concrete/mortar is available would probably have to withstand water and
infact hopefully work by displacing the (stinky) water which has gathered
around the pipe and never seems to go away.
Bloody hell.. I wish I had used less words, but I aint starting again.