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Hole in wall where soil pipe was
Just had bathroom refurbished. Toilet was removed as we have a separate WC. Now have a hole in the wall where soil pipe ran to the exterior. It's a cavity wall with rough cast finish on the outside. What's the best option to seal the hole both internally and externally as now getting a nice draught into the bathroom?
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Bricklayer
best thing to do is to block the hole up from the inside and skim finnish problem solved inside and outside block up hole and get a splatter box and finnish outside
Answered 10th Oct 2015
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