Knowing what you can and cannot put down your drains, as well as knowing where your sewer pipes lie are essential bits of information if you hope to avoid needing a sewer pipe replacement service. However, sometimes, things happen that are out of your control, and you end up on the phone with a plumber for sewer line issues.
When your sewer pipe system is in need of some assistance, turn to the pros at Flow Pro Plumbing! We offer services sewer pipe repair to new sewer line installation, to help you out of any sort of sewage situation your home may be in! Give us a call today!
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What Are Potential Causes of Sewer Line Problems?
Several factors can negatively affect your sewer system, leading you to need services like sewer line repair or even a sewer main replacement. Any of the following problems, or a combination of issues, can cause serious sewer line problems:
- Drain clogs, if not taken care of, can cause pressure to build up in a pipe, eventually causing the pipe to break.
- Septic tank issues that are not handled properly can wreak havoc on your entire sewage system.
- Cracks in sewer pipes can eventually become significant breaks.
- Aging lines should be replaced before they collapse.
- Any shifting in the Earth’s crust may also cause sewer lines to collapse.
- Corrosive soil can deteriorate sewer lines over time.
- Tree roots, or human error during construction projects, can puncture the side of a pipe and cause a leak.
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Call Us to Solve Your Sewer Line Problems
There are a few different techniques a sewer line contractor may address your sewer line problems. Video camera inspection technology has become increasingly effective in recent years for locating the source of the problem, for example.
In the case that you have a clogged sewer pipe, your technician can use an auger combined with our high tech drain cameras for the most accurate solution.
Cracked or broken pipes may be able to be fixed using epoxy. If your pipe has a severe crack, however, you may be in need of a sewer line replacement.