Frozen pipes & leaking water in basement and garage

In a random order:

New valve in the garage, with the old and leaking red valve disconnected. The plumbing from there on will have to be replaced.

Newly installed valve in the kitchen, controlling the pipe going to the backyard water hose through the basement wall.

Underneath the kitchen, bring the pipe up for the valve, then back down.

Oops, I didn’t warn the plumber that I had to run to the bathroom, which caused his valve to pop and him to get a cold shower.

Drilling holes to install the pipes – yeah it’s not in chronological order, rather in inverted chronological order.

The leak at the south-west corner of the house in the basement. Some wet heat insulation has been removed.

The main water valve for the house comming up from the ground (in our testing worked well). And on the left hand side the valve for the pipe going to the front yard water hose, which leaked.

That T-connector in the back was leaking water too. Still to be replaced.
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One Response to Frozen pipes & leaking water in basement and garage

  1. Sarah Emmanuelle says:

    Si j\’comprends bien, comme cadeau de Noël il vaudrait mieux t\’offrir des bassines que du chocolat 🙂 Tu ne dois pas t\’ennuyer… Bon courage! bisesmaman

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