Discussion in 'Water, Fire, & Smoke Damage' started by Desk Jockey, Sep 28, 2017.
Haven't had time to stencil them yet.
Damn...Make me feel guilty after reading your response....then a few more posts down I see that it was just a "normal" appt.
This was an unusual source. I think I've only see it once before and in was residential on a slab.
This was a city main and it blew so hard it pushed the slab up several inches. The plumbers said the break is actually 9 feet down. It's going to be a bitch fixing that, water carved a 9 foot pool in the earth.
Wow that is crazy
And crazy good for you ha
Who covers that? Is city responsible? Obviously the building called you and they are responsible for your bill but just curious where the dust settles on something like that
The city had three crews 1/2 block down from the property digging but I there were the just to mitigate.
I think the property owners will have all the burden. It's going to be a pricy repair.
^ reads like a Mellon post
It's fill in the blank.
Excuse me, your balls are showing....
One day I look forward to being like you... No not round and brown, but with multiple lettered vans...
Its the HUMIDITY here. Just ask Lockhart!
The city will probably raise the personal property taxes because of the pool.