|Posted by hj on March 09, 2004 at 08:21:03:|
|In response to Re: Orangeburg pipe replacement|
Unless you are in a unique neighborhood, most of those lines are very short and a trenchless method still requires digging a fair sized hole at each end. Also, the sewer may not travel in a straight line so the trenchless holes would have to be made at the point where the pipe turns. Do you know where the tap is at your property line?
: I live in AZ where the soil has a high alkilinity. I need to get my sewage pipes replaced since they are orangeburg. The plumber wants to dig up and wreck the entire yard. Would the trenchless technique work on such soil with high alkilinity?
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