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Tuesday, July 28th 2009, 10:58pm

by HooKooDooKu

It's always possible to go under a driveway. The real question is can a DIY do so without spending $$$ required to hire a contractor? The answer is going to depend upon how much space you have to work with, the type of soil you have, and the distance you have to go.

Check out this old thread where I asked the same basic question (and the progress I made as a DIY).

Tunnel Under Driveway

Monday, July 27th 2009, 4:30pm

by happycats

pipe under driveway?

I have a driveway that separates 2 sections of lawn, is this something that you can pipe under (and if so, how?)? Or do you need to run the pipe all the way around the house to circumvent?