One of the problems that happen all too often during a new house build is that Sewers and Drains get filled with concrete.
Its normally happens on:
- A knock down and rebuild project where the sewer connection wasn’t sealed during demolition.
- A Battle Axe block subdivision where the new home is built close to the pipeline.
During the pouring of the foundations the concrete gets into the pipeline through the unsealed connection, or a cracked pipe, and then flows along the pipe.
Our company then gets brought in to remove the concrete using a hyraulic impact cutter like this.
Don’t think its cheap though . . . . . . It normally takes a team of three plus a high pressure jetting truck so the costs is upwards of $200 an hour, and its not unusual for one job to take 2-3 days.
To understand more issues when purchasing land see: Buying a Block