ok that sounds good ! however i have never seen this drain rod tool so i need to copy the link and have a look,
just found the web site and took a look at the kit > my thoughts are i feel that the drop scraper would not dislodge the bricklayers cement. the length is good its a very good idea.
To the rear of both buildings my extension is 5.1m and the next doors measurers 2m . however they have a close board fence running along the boundry line leaving me a full 5ms to work in. i ave manged to shift a couple of feet onlong the 2 buidings using a lump hamer and a 1,8m fencing digging tool there was concrete to start with and i had to be carefull of the outlet to the radon trap.
Sorry i meant to say i just dont no if the drain rod set would shift any thing other tha soil. i have visited several tool hire shops who could not help me, i hav thought aqbout a scafold pole and a sledge hammer as yet i have not seen a scafolder . is there any thing else i could try please
I dont know if the rods fixed together would be to bendy to be able to do he job. as i would have to lift the rods after each backward (pulling) movement.
SORRY again I will try and answer you 4th time .
firstly I still have the problem . however I have persevered with my original plan of a fencers bar and lump/sledge hammer I now have the last metre. your suggestion failed the drain rods were too flexible and not beefy enough to bite into the mortar/concrete over 3 drain rod lengths. I suggested a using a scaffold pole and yet you have claimed that it came from your end. there has not been any real help from yourselves and yet you have charged me £24 comment !!!
I contacted you in this matter and the suggestions you put forward was a mole on the end of drain rods which did not really help .
I think the only way forward is to weld two fencers bars together and make a wooded triangle bars to fit on so the right angle can be used to attack the last metre of the concrete/Mortar,
I know my problem was a bit unusual but a feel aggrieved that you have charged me unsolved problem .