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Sewer liner opinions

Posted by oneslip (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 1, 10 at 14:16

Hello, I am in need of repairing 2 spots of my sewer lateral line, one spot in the roadway and the other spot in my yard. The unfortunate thing is my yard is a steep hill. An option we are going to fix the yard repair with is a cured in place liner, so I was wanting to know if anyone has gone with this repair of is familar with it. It makes a lot of sense and all my research on the net sounds like it is a very viable solution to digging and has a pretty good life expectancy.
I know most sewer companies want to dig but given that the repair would be in a steep hill, I can some real challenges keeping the erosion down as we are approaching fall so grass seed will not have a chance to establish roots and I may not even be able to buy sod this late in the season. Any opinions appreciated, thanks!


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RE: Sewer liner opinions

Dig it up and replace the line.

You can deal with the erosion using a silt fence and plant in spring if necessary.

It's still the best long term option.


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