I purchased a turnaround park early this year and I’m constantly having leaks in the underground water lines. I can’t determine the reason for the leaks but when speaking to another park owner they mentioned the possibility of chlorine interaction with first generation underground water lines. The park was built in the 70’s.
Does this sound logical or could it be something else? I’m located in upstate NY and our winters are pretty cold! The lines are approximately 6 feet down.
Every time we have a leak, we rent a backhoe, dig until we find the leak, and replace the defective section. It gets very expensive and time consuming.
Does anyone have any experience with this issue and what I should do other than replacing all the lines?