Drain lines are an essential part of the home sewage system. If they malfunction or break, it could cause flooding in and around the home, resulting in costly damage, smell, and potentially bacteria spreading. A drain line may break because of various reasons: corrosion, freezing, persistent clogs, roots, animals, or age. In all these cases, the drain line must be repaired immediately to prevent flooding or other damage to the home.
Water lines (repaired/replaced)
Water line leaks cause more than frustration, they can cause damage to the home and result in harmful mold growth. Water leaks should be addressed quickly, and by licensed and insured specialists.
Water lines can leak for many reasons, usually from frozen pipe bursts, poor quality pipe materials, age of the home, excessive water pressure.
Sewer lines (repaired/replaced)
When it comes to your home, sewer smells and slow drains are only a few indications that you need a sewage line repair. A problem within your sewer and water lines can spell big trouble for your plumbing system. It’s critical to tend to the problem sooner than later, which is why you need to know which signs indicate the need for sewage line repairs or replacements.
The following are just a few of the signs that you need a sewer line repair:
Multiple, simultaneous drain clogs — especially in low areas of the home
Plumbing fixture malfunctions while multiple fixtures are in use
Root Control (foaming) for sewer lines
Foaming is the effective root control solution for your plumbing needs. Foaming kills roots in residential sewer lines, storm pipes and septic systems. Root intrusion left untreated can restrict flow, cause complete blockage and can eventually destroy a sewer or septic system, costing you thousands of dollars to repair or replace.
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Drain Line Information
There are 2 types of drain lines:
*Septic drain lines
*Storm drain lines.
Septic drain lines are part of the sewege system extending from the house or commercial establishment to the main sewe line eventually going to the municapal sewege treatment plant. They can also go to a septic tank on the property if municapal treatment is not available. Drain lines can become clogged, break, become corroded, freeze, and accumulate roots. This causes backups. Flooding can result causing damage to the property and possible health hazards. When these issues exist the drain lines must be rapaired or replaced to avoid damage to the home or commercial establishment.
Thefollowing indicate signs of needed sewer line repair:
*Backup in lower elevations of the house
Storm Drains are designed to divert rain water away from roads and structures to local streams and rivers. Storm drains can become clogged and allow water to back up causing flooding and damage to surrounding area. Storm drains can also need repair and replacement due to corrosion and settling.
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