From the Forum: Tackling a Cracked Waste Pipe

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    There’s a crack in the waste pipe and homeowners are hoping for some advice before calling in the professionals. The break is in the cellar so they are wondering if the problem could be resolved with a repair or replacement of just that section. What should they know about the process and how much should they expect to budget for the project?

    Please chime in with your advice.


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