Sump pit sonitube or one piece pit liner?

cheeseburgerJune 18, 2007

A new slant on the pit issue. My pit is always partially filled with water. I want to replace the sonitube about 16x30 inches. Is it best to replace it with the same thing or should I use an actual pitliner? I think I'd prefer the all one piece liner so that I avoid the typical muck. Is one better than another? Also I don't like the idea of water lurking around under the basement slab. Thoughts please.

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brickeyee

Are you sure you have sonitube?
It is not really designed for long term water immersion.
If you have corrugated plastic tube the only difference with a real pit liner is the bottom.

    Bookmark   June 23, 2007 at 10:05AM
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