Don’t neglect your sewer line

People tend not to know the right time to properly clean their sewer line. The answer is obvious, before you start seeing any sort of back-up. Most people aren’t thinking about their sewer line from year-to-year and only clean it when a flood starts. Well that’s entirely wrong. Once a back-up has occurred your already to late. You don’t want to get stuck paying extra for emergency service calls.

Clients that have encountered a sewage back-up in the past end up signing up for annual sewer preventative maintenance. Waiting until a back-up occur ends up taking more time and costing more. The longer you wait, the larger the tree-root growth gets.

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The number one cause of sewer line back-ups is due to tree-roots. Tree root intrusion with make their way into your sewer system and keep growing. By performing annual maintenance this will slow down the root growth process from spreading your sewer line apart. Weather you think it or not debris grows in your sewer line. Having a vacant house is even worse then living there. Daily flowing water is great for a sewer system, otherwise you have a chance that your sewer line will dry out.

Sewer lines that have roots will end up shifting your pipe apart slowly. Eventually, breaking your pipe apart.

By scheduling maintenance on your sewer line annually this will slow down the process of your pipe from collapsing. Once your pipe crushes down you’ll be forced to excavate your yard and repair that spot. This typically happens when you least expect it. The price of repairing a sewer line is costly so make sure you clean your sewer system.

Call Ken’s Sewer Service today to clean your sewer line and have it inspected with our camera to see the condition. Don’t neglect your main sewer line any longer.

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