Having an open hole in your basement after a torrential rainfall the night before may not be a big deal, unless your hole goes deeper than your drain tile. If this water rises much more I’ll have to fill the hole in so the sided don’t undermine the concrete. Then, when I’m ready for inspection I’ll have to dig it back out. Not a big deal really; besides now I can say I have an in-ground pool in my basement.
tim i know how to fix your problem. plug in a blow dryer turn it on and then walk into the water. proceed to sit down submerging the blow dryer. you wont have to worry about it after that.
Call me, i lost your phone number
June 25, 2003 — 1:01 pm
that picture of your “indoor swimming pool” just makes me wanna go swimming….in a swill of stagnant sewage juice
June 26, 2003 — 1:13 pm
El Robbler says:
That is some nast shitty looking water.
If I didn’t know any better, I would say that this picture should go with the “Incident after beerstock” post.
June 29, 2003 — 4:50 pm