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Old 06-12-2021, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default Man-hole covers for residential driveway

Hi, we are having our hard pack driveway in Alton paved. We have our septic tank in an area that will be paved over. So we need two access points to the two chamber tank. This will require two cement risers and man-hole covers. Surprised that the paving company does not provide those, and Ive been told I need to acquire the risers and covers. Any thoughts on where to find cement risers(roughly 26) steel trim rings for above the riser, and man-hole covers? Gilbert block, AJ Foss?
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Old 06-12-2021, 01:50 PM   #2
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Hi, we are having our hard pack driveway in Alton paved. We have our septic tank in an area that will be paved over. So we need two access points to the two chamber tank. This will require two cement risers and man-hole covers. Surprised that the paving company does not provide those, and Ive been told I need to acquire the risers and covers. Any thoughts on where to find cement risers(roughly 26) steel trim rings for above the riser, and man-hole covers? Gilbert block, AJ Foss?
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Don't use a residential paving company. Look to a commercial paving company as they likely encounter and deal with that issue frequently.


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Old 06-12-2021, 09:40 PM   #3
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Try giving Concord Winwater a call. They might be able to point you in the right direction
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Shea concrete in northern Mass is one of the larger suppliers


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Try Gilbert Block in Laconia. I have purchased catch basin covers from them. I would think that is in the same category.

http://www.gilbertblock.net/drainage_products.htm
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