rainwater pipe


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rainwater pipe

n
(Building) Brit another name for downpipe
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1 LEAKING high-level gutters and/ or rainwater pipes - these are a common cause of low dampness in walls, especially in solid external walls.
87-Km road, rainwater pipes, protection of water and electricity networks, road lights and pavement.
Metal-framed windows, roofs, copper rainwater pipes, iron gates, manhole covers and even church bells are seen as valuable items.
The glazed wall is also tricksy, articulated by columns made from steel plate which incorporate rainwater pipes, glazing frames and shutter guide rails.
Rainwater should be redirected down rainwater drainage systems through properly placed rainwater pipes on the roofs of buildings," Zu'bi explained.
As residents grumble about the disruptions to their daily lives, government officials are investing billions of dollars in massive public works projects: building ring highways, widening roads and alleyways, laying more than 50 miles of sewage and rainwater pipes, landscaping the city's myriad canals, renovating and building housing complexes and breaking ground on the first of four planned light rail and subway lines.
It was blowing a gale and the flames scorched the eaves of the house and the heat buckled the rainwater pipes.
400 m SML pipes DN 50-150 including fittings and connecting pieces, approximately 650 m PE rainwater pipes DN 40-200 incl Fittings and connectors designed as pressure drainage system, about 650 m insulation of PE.
Leaking high level gutters and rainwater pipes These are a common cause of low wall-based dampness, especially where there are solid external walls; dampness is caused by over spilling gutters and rainwater pipes.
Remove potentially damaging vegetation from behind downpipes by cutting back or removing the plant altogether Use a hand mirror to look behind rainwater pipes as splits and cracks in old cast iron and aluminium often occur here and are not easily noticed, Have gutters refixed if they are sloping the wrong way or discharging water onto the wall If sections are beyond repair, make sure that replacements are made of the same material as the originals.
Guttering and rainwater pipes has all been renewed, flat-roofed sections re-roofed and external cladding replaced.