Honey Shed is ready for cement in Southgate | JCB & SONS. The drains are all roughed in for our honey shed build. The ABS drains will remove waste water from the centre gutter floor drain which will go into the sump pail catch basin and than the water will leave in an overflow allowing the catch basin to be cleaned out. We also plumbed in drains for a double stainless steel sink in the extraction room and a full bathroom.
The new steel roof is completed allowing us a dry building to pour our new floor in the building.
We have installed Typar, which will keep things dry while we pour the floor. It will also be a barrier between the new wall steel and the spray foam insulation we will be installing.
The extraction room, utility room, and bathroom all have received 1.5"
(R7.5) under the new cement floor to make a really energy efficient building. This will make the building easy to heat, and cost efficient.
The Sump Pail is acting as our catch basin, all the water from the centre gutter drain in the extraction room come to this pail in the utility room and than exit the building. The overflow in the drain has a 90 degree fitting on it to allow the water out but not allow any gasses back into the building.
We can't wait to pour the new floor for this project.