I recently saw a TOH episode (East Boston project) where the old and damaged clay sewer line was repaired with an epoxy sleeve that was inserted into the pipe from a cleanout in the basement. I have the same problem caused by a giant Norway Maple directly over the sewerline. This caught my attention as an alternative to tree removal and excavating to replace the pipe. It turns out that the guy who did the TOH job operates in the Hartford area, where I am. I have a call into him but wonder if any of you guys have any experience with this system, including cost.
Crucial elements such as improved drainage, earthquake resistance, and a curbless shower enable this couple to live on the same property as family members.
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