We own a home in southern California. A single level, slab foundation built in 1960. We've had consistent problems with the laundry/kitchen sink line backing up. After several snakes and hydrojets over the years it has been determined that the pipe may be broken or collapsed somewhere toward the center of the house. The last snaking revealed dirt/mud in the pipe. We have been advised to have a camera sent in to locate the problem at the tune of $300. If it's found to be a broken pipe inside the foundation we have been told that they will have to jackhammer through the slab in order to repair the pipe This will cost upwards of $2,000+. Is there any alternative to this destructive approach? The cost will be staggering and much structural damage may result. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
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alternative to jackhammering