I don't know cost but I'm assuming you live in a warm climate or the pipe
would not be exposed as it comes out of the ground. I had a similar problem
with roots breaking the sprinkler system manifold right by the house
foundation, causing water to saturate the ground there. This was in
Arizona, which is famous for expansive soil. The saturated soil expanded
and caused my exterior walls to shift and crack. I had 1/2 inch cracks
where the exterior walls pulled away from interior walls. I wouldn't put
off getting it repaired if you live where you have such soil. By the way,
no insurance company that I know of will cover any settling damage to walls.
Their policies usually say that any settling of walls, etc. is not covered
even if the cause of the damage would have been a covered item.
This is Turtle.
Here we have the cheapest plumbers in the U.S. and it would run about $65.00 to
dig it up and put a splicer on it or run a new water line in PVC from the street
to the house [ about 100 ft. ] and including pipe of a cost of about $400.00.
Everywhere else is up from here.
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