Sewer Line Maintenance

Sewer maintenance includes removing obstacles, cleaning sewers and sewer appurtenances, and sewer repair work. It is classified into two types: Preventive/routine maintenance and corrective maintenance. Routine sewer line maintenance entails taking efforts to avoid any failure of sewerage services. Preventive maintenance is less expensive. When a failure occurs, corrective sewer line maintenance is provided.

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Factors Suggesting when It’s Time for a Sewer Line Maintenance

When it comes to sewer maintenance, you should be aware of the following factors.

1.    Tree roots growing in the sewer line.

Tree roots generate clogs, which can result in a backup, which is costly and dangerous to restore. The greatest solution is to avoid tree root damage altogether.

There are various ways to accomplish this, including frequently inspecting your sewer lines for signs of damage and contacting a professional if any are discovered. Furthermore, evaluate your trees on a regular basis and cut back overhanging branches that could damage the sewage line or gather trash from above. If you suspect tree roots in your sewer, contact Advantage Plumbing and Rooter for assistance in identifying the problem and treating it as soon as possible before it causes major damage to your house.

2.    Water in Your Basement

If you see water in your basement, it could be a symptom of a sewer backlog. If you have a sump pump, make sure it is operational and not clogged with debris. Check your basement drain to see if it is plugged.

3.    Leaks or burst pipes.

If there are no other explanations for a high bill, such as higher temperatures than typical during a specific season, it could be due to leaking or burst pipes that need to be addressed before they lead to costly repairs later on. A skilled plumber may find and repair most leaks, such as Advantage Plumbing and Rooter. However, some of these issues are so severe that the entire house must be repiped or old pipes replaced with new ones (especially those made out of clay).

4.    A Musty Smell

Mold can form in your sewer pipes if they are not properly maintained, so if you notice a musty odor in your home, it could be due to mold. Mold can be harmful to one’s health and should be dealt with by a specialist.

Other things can be done to make your sewer system last longer. For example, leaks or cracks in pipes or drains should be repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage. It’s also important to keep any branches away from pipes and drains so they don’t become clogged with leaves and other debris, which could lead to floods later on.

If you don’t want to deal with the mess and trouble of plumbing problems, contact Advantage Plumbing and Rooter. They may repair any issues with your home’s pipes or drains so that they work properly again.

Don’t put off sewer line maintenance any longer. If you suspect a problem with your system or notice any of the above symptoms, please contact Advantage Plumbing and Rooter.

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