Re: Buying a house with roots in sewer lines?
Posted by Terry Love on October 13, 19100 at 11:41:03:
In response to Re: Buying a house with roots in sewer lines?
: Hi,

: I am buying my first home, and am looking at two places. One is $10,000 cheaper, but it has had a roots in sewer lines problem and has been rotor-rooted every two years to keep sewers from backing up. So is this a BIG problem? Would we eventually have to dig up and replace the sewer lines? Is this going to cost us a lot in yearly maintenance? Any help would be so very much appreciated! Karen

Karen,
Well.... There is the bi-yearly snaking of roots. Unless a product like Rootx.com works on it. If the line is replaced, you may be using up the $10,000 difference. That's assuming the other home does not have un-listed problems. Terry



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