On 6/11/98 4:27 PM, K4SB at email@example.com wrote:
>It should be below the frost line. About 2 feet is a good depth as long
>> Probably OK for Western Washington, but here in the frozen tundra of the
>> Northeast, four feet deep is the standard for getting under the frost line.
>> 73, Dick, WC1M
>Call the engineering department of your water system. They know to the
>exact inch. For example, Cobb, GA is 18"
I don't believe for a second that any county in the Atlanta area has a
descernable frost line....
Of course, for a water line, you don't want it freezing AT ALL. But
you're not going to see much, if any, soil heaving due to frost in
So, it if is safe for water, it is probably exceptionally safe for wires.
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