From time to time to catch a great view of what tree roots look like in a sewer line. As you can tell in the picture above these tree roots fully took over the sewer line. When this happens the only way to remove them is to excavate which isn’t a cheap process. It takes a team of good technicians and expensive equipment to solve these types of problems. Once we remove the tree roots depending on how much work needs to be done with the sewer line to get it up to par and functioning properly we recommend cleaning your sewer line yearly.
If you see this image please pass along to a friend so they have the chance to clean and camera inspect their sewer line before they get into this problem.
Tree roots aren’t your friend and they only can harm you’re sewer line.
Replacing a toilet isn’t always easy and honestly most the time their are serious problems that need a professional plumber. Plumbers are aware of what is wrong but to the average person an issue might not hit them straight in the face.
For example: In the pictures below the flange of the toilet needed to be replaced. Every time a toilet is pulled and lifted of the ground be aware that an issue may need to be address further under the toilet. Once a toilet supply line is disconnected it may not attach properly to the new threads of the shut-off or toilet tank itself. A toilet shut off may not turn off all the way and might need replacing before even addressing the toilet itself. Replacing the shut off will consist of turning off the main water shut off to the entire house. To go one step further if the main water shut off valve doesn’t turn off, then the city will have to be called to turn off the water from outside near the street.
Ken’s Sewer Service can help address any plumbing issue with any toilet. One piece or two piece toilet our company works on.
Toilets leaking, Toilets clogged, Toilets plugged, Cracked toilets, toilet gaskets leaking, toilet supply lines leaking, toilet shut off malfunctioning, toilet bolts, toilet supply line and more.