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Does anyone have experience with this? We've been in our house for almost 3 years and an new septic tank was installed when we moved it (due to the fact that the old one was extending across the property line). We had our backyard redone this summer and the landscaper evidently hit our fill line with a trencher when installing our irrigation system. The landscaper has been back multiple times and has fixed the field line in certian spots. However, now it's backed up in a new spot. I dug down to the line this weekend and it's not crushed or anything... Line appears fine but the soil doesn't appear to be absorbing the liquid properly... I've read online where replacing field lines can be b/w $4-10K and this really isn't doable at all for me. Anyone have any suggestions? I would obviously go back to the landscaper prior to writing a check to repair, but it appears that the problem area wasn't damaged by them. I'm in Birmingham if anyone has any septic companies they recommend.
Check over in tuscaloosa, there are plenty of septic tank folks over in turdville. That' what they specialize in over there.
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