Eddie's New house and fishing lake

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Re: Eddie's New house and fishing lake

Post by bumper » October 10, 2016, 7:37 pm

Perfect, now that is some big boys for sure. We had neighbors pond we could pump from when water levels got to low. If you need I have about 200 Ft. of 2 inch flexible line left. Your welcome to it if you need it we won't be using it

sounds like a fun project catch and release they could get huge.

It was funny when we let our Catfish grow to what we would consider pan size in the states the Thai's were afraid of them. Normal for us.
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Re: Eddie's New house and fishing lake

Post by Eddie123 » May 24, 2017, 8:07 pm

Well after finding the right price for the concrete piles, We ordered 29 8m piles for the house and carport. After driving the first 8m pile in, it was clear that the piles were to long and we were hitting the bed rock at around 5 to 6m down. So the wife had to make a quick call to change the rest of the order to 6m piles which made a saving of 15,000 baht.... :D :D :D
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Re: Eddie's New house and fishing lake

Post by bumper » May 25, 2017, 7:07 am

Look Like they are For two story house Maybe a raid and covered deck?????????????????????

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Re: Eddie's New house and fishing lake

Post by Barney » May 25, 2017, 10:31 am

Keep all the tops of the piles when they are cut or broken off to doing to the footings underground. Don't let them take them.

I have quite a number of them up to 2 meters long. Had some long ones cut off where the pool is. I will use them as reinforcement and edging for trees and raised garden beds or even steps etc, when we get into the landscaping.

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