run it to the street. around here we run a 2'' line to the curb. core drill the curb.
First you will have to determine what kind of soil you have to drain all this water into. If it's clay, forget it. If it's sand or gravel, it might work. Depends on how much water your trying to get rid of. I'm thinking that if the pump only comes on when it's raining, that's when the ground is already saturated.
Thank you for the quick response. We are in the northeast and I believe others have dry wells in their lawn so I think the soil is ok. But of course I would check. We also have a high water table. After a big rain my pump goes off about once every 10 minutes but then subsides pretty quickly.
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