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Old 11-15-11, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by 1nterceptor View Post
I think the workers should be checking out
the pipes going to the main sewers, usually
located leading towards the street. Unless
this house has a septic tank, then they
should be checking that not the vent pipe
Sewer leads to alley and no clean outs in the main sewer line. They were going to pull the toilet and go that way, but they were worried about breaking the lead piping that the toilet drains into. So their option was to go through the roof.

Now the issue is they got stuck. Looks like the clay pipe in the back yard collapsed, and you can see where the concrete heaved and settled. I think they're about to start an excavation project.

I'm glad I don't own this place.
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