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We were advised when we bought our current house that a new soil pipe would need fitting. Can you tell me if this is work that a plumber should do.

Ycatherine_19 4th Mar, 2012 Plumbing
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Yes this would be a job for a Plumber or a competent builder.

ABM plastering 4th Mar, 2012
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Plumber/ General buider in my view.

EPC Electrical Services 4th Mar, 2012
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If you mean internally,then yes.If you mean from the house to a manhole,then you would be better off with a builder or groundworker.

Roc builders 4th Mar, 2012
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yes

tm-buildingservices 4th Mar, 2012
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yes a good plumber will beable to carry the work out depending on your property and the locatsion of the soil pipe you may need scaffold to carry the work out safely

TJW BUILDING MAINTENANCE 4th Mar, 2012
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If its not leaking it does not need changing, if it is then yes a plumber on my builder will do it for you.

sovereign plumbing and heating 4th Mar, 2012
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