Re: Sump Discharge Line Problem
Phil, that first response would be a spammer. TOH has been having extreme problems with them for the last week.
I'm not sure if a "trenchless" company could help or not, but they might be worth a try. If you'd rather save yourself the expense and try replacing the line yourself, then locate the line where it exits the patio and dig up about 3' of it. Cut the line then slide a piece of metal conduit over the line and use the conduit to bore a new hole back to the foundation wall. This should work reasonably well, as long as your soil isn't full of big rock and the run isn't over 10' to 12', otherwise the boring will be lot's of fun. I've used this method to tunnel under 5' and 6' wide walkways for setting sprinkler lines and running conduits to exterior locations.
Once you've got the new tunnel, run a better quality pip, such as PVC instead of what sounds like black poly pipe which is similar to PEX. Good luck, and let us know how it goes.
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