Sewer Line Cleaning
It’s inevitable that your sewer line will suffer from buildup. Even in households where people are scrupulous about protecting their drains from food particles or grease, the sewer line can still be plagued by tree roots. As tree roots go exploring for water, they can invade the seams of sewer lines to access the water that flows through them. Once they get into the line, they can block it and result cause sewer backup to occur. A slow drain should tell property owners that their sewer line may be invaded by tree roots or they have line buildup. In either situation, periodic sewer line cleaning can cut through tree roots to wash them and any existing debris into the larger main line where they can no longer impede your household’s plumbing system.