I'd show them the infiltration tests of cultivated ground as opposed to direct drilled.
And insist on a site visit to see the water running off it, and if it is just the footpath tell them to close the footpath off in future years to mitigate against future arisings.
The only time I've had...
That's a major repair.
Get it sent away and done properly, for your peace of mind or you'll never want to venture far from home.
There's a guy over here does them, was nice and quick but haven't used since covid.
It only takes me 2 days to do the farm at those spacings.
So cost is very low IMO.
I'm doing it because it works.
The farm is drier than it's ever been, I don't see the point in letting it get to the point of being wet before remedying it. Keep it good and with luck it'll pay dividends.
betty crocker gluten free devils food cake mixes are great, and her gluten free brownie mixes.
Home made GF pancakes are great, just substitute with doves GF plain flour.
I really don't miss out on anything, but the whole house eats GF pretty much now.
Cheap, and burns like feck giving off some of the most noxious fumes I've ever encountered.
Absolutely ridiculous building houses from it.
If you're gonna build a country house do it right, and don't scrimp on the build costs.
I doubt the massive mansions still standing had any polystyrene in...