|Posted by hj on April 12, 2003 at 09:36:43:|
|In response to Re: Issue with Cast Iron sewer system under the slab|
If you have a "house trap" which would be a "U" fitting outside the house, it would retain water since that is its purpose. Unless there are some other signs of a problem there is no reason to assume the pipe under the house is defective.
: I am buying a new home, during the property inspection inspector found out that the sewer pipe is connected to Public sewer system using a U cast iron pipe that goes under the basement slab.
: At the clean outs (connecting U pipe to public sewer pipe) their is water retention, inspector believes that their is a water retention under the slab and I may have a bad cast iron pipe which can leak anytime soon.
: My question is what is the approximate cost of fixing such a problem, I understand that it depends on the concrete area and other factors. Also what is the probability of cast iron pipe going bad?
: House is 27-year-old house.
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