Taking a Leak
As reported before the leak engineer from Scottish Water duly arrived last Tuesday and with the aid of a large digger laid waste a substantial area of the road outside the Small House in Duns. It seemed a big hole for a small leak but I am no rocket scientist, nor even a mechanical engineer and my previous experience in Whitehall concerned a different type of leak. After two hours hard labour he made off-hole dug, pipes patched, rubble replaced, tar spread and dinner consumed
Sadly I have had to report to Scottish Water via their website that if not a leak we have a dribble. Not much of one but a loss of precious water none the less. So no doubt we will have the gang of three once again:
The rising water investigator to flag up the problem, then the Flagger up Confirmer and finally the leak fixer.
But this time I hope it will be, finally.
I wish I had never said that this saga would run and run
Many a true word etc
Labels: Leaks, Scottish Water, Small House in Duns