Installing dry wall may be not too easy, but it’s still possible to do the dry well installation yourself. What you firstly need to do is checking whether the local building code of your area allows you or not. Also, find out whether you’ll need to ask for the government permission. If it does, go ask to get the government permission first then. Moreover, check the land you’re about to install the holding tank. Find out whether the soil is great in absorbing the water or not. Try to place the holding tank and pour water into.
Observe the water. If it’s absorbed very well by the soil, the area is good to install then. But, when the soil can’t absorb the water perfectly, try to find another place. When you’re settled down with the permit and installation area, it means that you can start the installation. Firstly, prepare the materials you’ll need like large holding container with cover, shovel, drill, hole saw, gravel or river stone, PVC pipes with the long of your planned drainage, and PVC connection ring. Remember to take the same diameter for the pipes and the rings. After that, start digging the trenches with at least 12 inch depth from the standing water area to the holding tank place.
Make sure that the trench is level and getting deeper as it’s close to the holding tank area. The next step is to enlarge the holding tank test area to accommodate you place the real holding tank. When it’s ready, spread gravels at the bottom part of the holding container area. Then, drill about 30 holes onto the container, with one entry hole in the same diameter as the pipe and sink the tank into its hole.Again, locate some river stones or rocks on its bottom part. After that, place the PVC pipes on its trenches. Don’t forget the wrap the end of the pipe with landscaping fabric, to keep it settles. When it’s done, try to pour water. Check if everything works well before then you cover the tank and burry the pipes.
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