@fbcuart1 asked 7 months ago.

How much drop in a sewer line?

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@logic answered 4 months ago.

If you're in a house, you can check by running water in both the bathtub and the kitchen sink. If water flows slowly or not at all in the bathtub but runs normally in the kitchen sink, then you know the blockage is in your house’s sewer line.

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@erraberre answered 6 months ago.

If you're in a house, you can check by running water in both the bathtub and the kitchen sink. If water flows slowly or not at all in the bathtub but runs normally in the kitchen sink, then you know the blockage is in your house’s sewer line.
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@gimmycocann answered 6 months ago.

The average cost to replace a sewer line is $7,000 to $10,000, according to Home Advisor, but the price varies depending on the length of the line, the type of pipe used and the difficulty of the job.
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@ukassoveru answered 6 months ago.

The rate of flow in a sewer line is about 1.5 gallons per minute per 100 feet of pipe. If you have a 200-foot-long sewer line, that’s 300 gallons per day.
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@kussallahoff answered 6 months ago.

Sewer lines are made of clay and the interior of the sewer pipe is quite smooth, so most of the time, you can estimate the amount of a drop of water by using the diameter of the pipe.
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