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Thread: Ground water lifting liner!

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    Oyagoi kingkong's Avatar
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    Akinosan, Is this due to recent local flood problems caused by creek overtoppings, poor site drainage due to mud and debris flows from the hills? Or is this always been a problem?

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    I believe this happening only because the ground being so saturated do to the recent rains. Thank you all for your great advise, the pressure release outlet sounds like the best way to go at this point. I'll keep you up to date on the results. Now if only it would stop raining!

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    Just apply PondPro2000. It is epdm as well but in 100% liquid EPDM allowing it during the "curing" or drying process to find its way into the small superficial cracks and crevices to seal off pond liner leaks.

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