Replacing Sewer Line

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    Can someone provide an educated guestimate for replacing a sewer line in the Washington DC area (Northern VA). The distance from house to street is 40′ and the depth is 4′. Single family home. Video inspection reveals current pipeline (cast iron) is in preety good shape–except for one portion and there are some root intrusions. Advised to replace total pipeline since there is a history of slow draining and need for snaking.

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    I would try a product to either slow down the root intrusion, or have the piping lined.

    Try a search on the major search engines under “pipe liners”.

    Sorry it took a year and a half for you to get a reply, I am sure the piping problem was resolved, grass and trees are probably growing with no sign of work ever done.

    “Your best interest is secured by making the right decisions the first time.”

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