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    Thread: Official 12x24x8 cinder block pond build

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      Official 12x24x8 cinder block pond build

      . Little over 12' w x 24' long and 8' deep. Broke ground in july and still have a lot to do. Getting 3 pool skimmers that will be 4" gravity feed. 2 kass 4" aerated bottom drains and decided this morning to go 3 so I ordered a rhino 2 aerated 4" . Rebar in every cell and course. I'm sure I've messed up somewhere along the line
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      Did you lay down the pipes for bottom drain under the footing already?

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      Unfortunately no, so now I have to work a little harder but I'll get it done

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      Great looking block work!

      Nice progress for just a few months, thanks for sharing!
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      Looking good so far. Keep up the good work.
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      Since you are installing bottom drains under your footers, be sure pipework does not allow any place for an air bubble to find a home. I always install drain pipework so it is slightly uphill to filter room, for this reason. Great work so far.

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      Nice job on the rebar. I bet lifting those blocks over the vertical bars were fun. Please keep posting.

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