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Question DetailsAsked on 5/20/2015

Sewer line replacement in Dallas,TX-Company - recommendation,Approximate cost,Production timeline

Sewer line is 60 plus years old leak test determined multiple leaks. We will replace the entire line from the main hook up to under the slab foundation. They'll need to dig approximately 50' to get to the pipe under the foundation.

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You can find prior similar questions with suggestions, info on replacement methods, typical costs (not counting any utility connection charge for the last couple of feet and into their sewer, if the stubout is bad too) in the Home > Plumbing link right under your question.

Typically 2 days outage of service if all goes well - might be able to do in one day in your area because of generally shallow burial but I would not count on it, and unfortunately can run up to a week or so if there is trouble, hit unexpected utilities or have to cross a bunch of utility lines, or have backhoe breakdown.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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