Jane Mulberry wrote:Congratulations on your brand-new human, Greg!
John C Daley wrote:Hopefully the contractor or plumber will cooperate, after all you are paying the money.
R Scott wrote:Make sure you can access the shower and washing machine drains in the crawlspace. And KNOW which ones they are! That probably means the plumber will have to run separate pipes for the toilet and shower from the second floor down to the crawlspace.
Dustin Rhodes wrote:
If you put in a conventional system AND a grey water diversion system, and they might be happy.
Heidi Schmidt wrote:There are lots of great thoughts in this thread!
I really love almost everything about our house, but mostly because it's ours and we've made it a cozy, peaceful place of happiness, and we see it as our forever place to do what we want, instead of thinking of painting things beige in case we sell. (ick)
Kc Simmons wrote:What will be naturally growing during Jan-March in the designated spots? I would think that would be the most relevant time period to deal with clearing prior to sowing.
If you have the budget to rent a tiller or disc-er, i would, in that situation, probably do a one-time soil disturbance and mix the organic matter into the soil (and probably spread a layer of manure or compost prior to tilling/disc-ing/plowing. Then sow the seeds in hopes of them getting a head start before the seed bank in the soil has a chance to get going.