city water and sewage, Steveo?I have 3 lines and 2 are under concrete.
Most of the places I'm getting work from are closed offices , schools, and anywhere that's shutdown. It's one little piece of the hygiene pie but eventually going back to a clean building will have its merits.and by doing them when it's empty lessens the chances of contact tremendously.I've got work 3 days next week, hope the boys can keep doing it solo.
Thinking about that on the north side of the house and abandon the pipe under the garage and porch there. Still have to go under the driveway though.Can the drain be rerouted to avoid breaking so much concrete?
City water and sewer.city water and sewage, Steveo?
Unless your house is prettydamnbig and has two main stacks in the basement, only one line out and to the street is sanitary waste water
the others must be storm drainage (gutters, driveway drain, etc))
They may tie into the sanitary line outside somewhere
if that's the case, it's unlikely the city will allow that now, so they have to do something with storm drain lines too
what exactly are they doing for the $12k quote?
The daycare center I had scheduled today cancelled. They got cheapOne day care center completed the am....
So far one truck going out for one job on Monday....
No one has canceled..
And no calls for new jobs have came in....
Proof is in the pudding.what are the possible legal implications for you guys?
Here you can't sue another individual for personal damages
Could you possibly open yourself up to a lawsuit for introducing a disease into someones house?