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Question DetailsAsked on 5/20/2011

Replacing pipe in older home

I have an old house with cast iron pipes for the sewage and waste water. There is a leak under my toilet that has been epoxied but is starting again. One plumber said he would have to tear up my old tile floor in order to fix it and that would mean replacing a hub connector. Cost: $10K. Angie, I live in a house (California bungalow, pier and beam) built in 1920’s. I’ll probably live here at least 15 more years. Is this a good estimate? I don’t want to replace the entire pipe unless I need to.

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