All funeral homes have legal rights of access to public sewers located on private land. These include sewers located below or near a property. When permission has been granted for construction, sewer plugs usually attempt to reach the sewage disposal channel without disturbing the land. If this is unavoidable, they will repair all damage caused within the limit of what is reasonable. This is defined in the terms of the construction agreement. However, if a sewer has been constructed without authorization, sewer nights have the right to access the canal and protect it by any means they deem appropriate. This may involve all buildings that affect or block access to a public sewer being altered or removed at the owner`s expense. In reality, however, funeral directors have machines that usually allow them to access a damaged pipe from another point without hindrance and, if possible, avoid damage, but a risk remains. 2. Understand why you need to know that you are planning a construction or near a sewer. Building or extending a winter garden is usually a simple process, as some extensions don`t require a building permit at all. depending on the size, surface area, type of object, etc.
Although things can get a little more difficult if the area you want to build on is just above a sewer. This is due to the possible impact it can have on underground sewer lines within the boundaries of your property. However, this does not necessarily mean that it is totally excluded. This potential risk is problematic if the winter garden before the 1st It would be advisable to consider whether the plans of your winter garden could be modified so that the construction is at least three meters from the canal or the canal cover. We always advise you to contact your local works control authority and water supplier for cases such as these. But don`t hesitate to contact us to see how we can help you. The insurance policy covers the costs of repairing property damage or rebuilding for which the sewer company exercises sewer access powers and causes property damage, or sewer diversion costs. . . .