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Re: Re: Re: Need some advice on buying land, septi

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Posted by Dorothy509 on October 23, 2003 at 08:08:55 from (

In Reply to: Re: Re: Need some advice on buying land, septic, e posted by bulldinkie on October 23, 2003 at 04:37:41:

There is no house, what's left is apile of rotted lumber, sorry, I didn't make that clear. The nearest electric is just on the other side of the road, that runs parallel to the property.
I will be putting in the sewer myself, as the county allows, anyone else have any experience on that? I like to be resourceful, and learn how to save $ there. thanks for the info, I know you can savce a bundle there.
As far as the well, I'd like to hear of some alternatives to hiring a company. I've read afew things, some seem a little crackpot...
You just can't go down to the courthouse, or call local companies, and get some viable unconvention methods. That's a little like asking your dr. about alternative medicine!
The info about underground electic, isn't that high, even if you dig the trenches and run casing yourself.
Are there any great sites out there?

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