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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Sunday, 18 April 2010

Well, having a had a great Friday evening, I went to bed as normal (early on Saturday morning, that is!).

What I didn't realise was that there was a leak on the in-pipe to the toilet cistern in the main bathroom, which had started to leak.  It was only a drip-leak, but it apepared that it had gone on for several hours to say the least.  Anyway, I went to the Garden centre, came back briefly to pick up something, went upstairs to spend a penny, and bang I heard a dripping sound (hence I became aware of the leak).

I thought it was just water on the floor, but when I went downstairs to the room just beneath the bathroom (the converted garage - now a Dining room), it had damp water marks over parts of the ceiling!  Oh shite!

I now have to phone the plumber on Monday to see whether someone can come around and inspect the damage.  It might be an insurance job (if the floor boards and skirting are badly damaged), else just a clean, dry and repair (repaint) jobby. 

I don't really know the scope of the damage - just hope it isn't "that bad"...crap, oh crap, oh crap!

Luckily - the plumber stated that...
Written by Guest on 2010-04-20 20:27:38
...the damaged was not that bad, and could naturally dry (well he said, give it a try, and monitor the results). 
Anyway, the toilet intake pipe has been replaced with a proper washer etc, just need to repaint and downstairs area. Hopefully, with the warm weather, it's just a simply "naturually dry" process indeed!

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