|Posted by Robert Garvey on October 25, 2001 at 22:49:52:|
We are converting a summer cottage to a year round home. Water for the house comes from a well about 125 feet away. The copper pipes leave the well at a depth of about 2 1/2 to 3 feet deep. As they approach the house which has no basement and is on a concrete slab the pipes are now about 20 inches deep in the ground when they are 7 feet from the building. As the reach the building the pipes a down about 9 inchs. WE live in the Northeast, Long Island to be exact.
Our question is this: Should we leave everything as is
Thanks for any advice and also if there is any NEW process out there that could be used in lieu of the digging?
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