You probably don’t give the sewer line to your house two second’s thought, but without it, you would be miserable. Your sewer line in out of sight as it runs underneath the earth and brings water into your home so that you can live a normal life with running water. When that sewer line is clogging and backing up, it will definitely move from the back of your mind to the front. If you have had issues with it on and off for a while, chances are, you are getting tired of thinking about it. The Original $49.95 Plumber is here to talk about some of the reasons you may have a sewer line that is frequently backing up and what you can do about it.
Deep Clogs in Drains
A drain that isn’t working right every now and then isn’t something that should raise an eyebrow for any homeowner. However, if you are having drains that are backing up what seems like constantly, that’s another story. It may lead you to try buying a drain cleaner at the store made with harsh chemicals that end up doing more damage than they do good. Some people also try a drain snake to catch whatever is in there and pull it out. However, when you have a deep clog further down the sewer line, it is nearly impossible to get out without the help of a professional. With video pipe inspection and the right tools, they are sure to remove your problem once and for all.
Tree Roots in My Sewer Lines
The trees that add beauty and shade to your yard can bring about big problems for your sewer line. Tree roots are constantly looking for fertilization and water to keep your tree healthy. Those two things are both offered by your sewer line. Tree roots can grow into the line and cause significant damage. If a tree root has wrapped around your pipe and has punctured it, you may find that the drains in your house start to slow down if not completely stop working. You will need professional help to get in there and auger it out. Some homeowners end up removing a troublesome tree to completely get rid of the problem.
Never Pour Fats, Oils & Grease Down Drain
You should never send fats, oils or greases down your drains. Even if they are in liquid form when you dump them down your drains, they end up solidifying and clogging your pipes. If you are one that is frequently not paying attention to what you are putting down your drains, now is the perfect time to start taking notice.
Drain Pipe & Sewer Line Camera Inspections, Cleaning, Unclogging & More in Staten Island, Maspeth, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Yonkers, Queens, NYC Boroughs, New York City NY
If you have drains that are slowing, stopping altogether or work off and on, you may be dealing with a much larger issue in your sewer line. The Original $49.95 Plumber offers video inspection that gets a better look at your sewer line and what the issue is so we can fix it for you. Call us today!