If you want to avoid sewer repair in your home, pay attention to your home’s warning signs. Most homeowners probably know the function of sewer lines is to transport waste water from their home to underground sewer mains. After that point, we don’t really give much thought about it until a clog or slow draining situation occurs. However, homeowners who know what to watch for can help prevent sewer repair problems and avoid significant damage to their home before sewer line repair or sewer line cleaning become necessary. Micro Plumbing Inc. has the sewer camera technology and expertise to come and evaluate your situation, giving you an accurate description of what the problem is. The following are issues to watch for:
- Slow or clogged drains and toilets
- Sewer back up in drains or toilets
- Gurgling sound coming from the drain or toilet
- Water around floor drain in basement
What Causes Sewer Line Problems?
A broken or clogged sewer line can happen in a number of ways, resulting in sewer line repair needs. Tree roots are the first thing to look for, and are usually the main suspect when it comes to sewer-line damage. Clay tile pipes that are older are most likely to be affected, but tree roots have the ability to penetrate PVC pipes or concrete lines. Other common causes of sewer back up are objects that should have not been put down drains or toilets that can block the line and become lodged. Extreme temperature changes can seriously affect pipes, particularly in areas prone to freezing temperatures. General deterioration over time will cause collapsing, cracking or breaking. Ground shifting or improper installation can also lead to your home needing sewer line repair or sewer line cleaning.
Contact us for Expert Sewer Line Repair
The professionals at Micro Plumbing Inc. can quickly evaluate your sewer repair needs, giving you an accurate assessment of the damage, and determine the steps to repair your sewer lines to get them functioning properly again. For professional sewer line repair or sewer line cleaning services, call us today at (402) 895-1212 to get your home back on track.
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