|Posted by PW on March 09, 2004 at 10:35:07:|
|In response to Re: Orangeburg pipe replacement|
Orangeburg deteriorates with age, usually it compresses to the point that flow is restricted. Personally, I would not even consider a liner of any type, in my opinion replacement is the only successful long term fix.
: 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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