Worst case scenario and best possible outcome

This is the worst possible thing that can happen to the house you’ve only just bought, have your backyard and sideyard dug up and plumbing piping replaced.  The cats think it’s a great hole for sploring

Cats with pipe up to outlet

But I was in excellent hands, Bill from Lenderts Contractors had matters well in hand, and although the Australian cherry tree roots gave up a valiant fight, they were no match for the digging, sawing crew

roots of tree

fresh new pipe installed and A for away


The workmanship and work ethic of the people in the Western Cape is breathtaking, the trench was dug in a matter of hours and next day all arrived crack of dawn to yank out the old pipes, put in the new and fix up the paving.

So impressed, so happy, I can flush, I can bath, the smell is gone.  I don’t know how to thank these supermen except to give them more work.  Much more, and there’s plenty.




South African writer, crafter and all round animal lover
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