Sewer Line Tree Roots
We can’t emphasize enough how important it id to clean out your sewer line on maintenance. We understand what people can’t see is easily forgotten about but let the professionals guide you in the right direction. It’s no different then going to the dentist or having a bank adviser for how to invest.
Tree roots in a sewer line is no joke. It’s costly but some gamble on waiting and seeing what will happen. Don’t wait, clean your sewer line and have it maintained.
Toilets have changed gallon they flush in the last several years. Older toilet are better for not getting clogged due to more water flushing. Less water flushing simply equals more chance of clogged a toilet. Low flow toilets don’t just clog up your toilet more but it also can clog branch drain lines and sanitary main sewer lines. The reason is simply, they flush less water.
What can you do to make sure your low flow toilet doesn’t clog as often. Number one you might have to flush a couple times while in the bathroom. Number two, use less toilet paper, and lastly use thinner toilet paper. Clients who own cabins and are on septic tanks use septic safe toilet paper. I’ve been in lots of cabins that also use low flow toilets. If you are one that ends up clogging your toilet often and you find yourself plunging time after time maybe consider buying and investing in a power flush toilet. The toilet flushes less water but uses power behind it and give it a boost.
Please if you have questions about low flow toilets or want a power flush toilet installed call us today!
Skipping Annual Sewer maintenance will lead to this…
Roots are one thing that won’t just go away. Even if you repair a spot in a sewer line roots will come back. By cutting down a tree, roots will still find a way back to your sewer line.
Call Ken’s Sewer Service for all plumbing and drain cleaning services.
Roots will grow up to 15 years after a tree gets cut down. Make sure you clean your sewer line yearly so roots stay small and breaks don’t happen. We can’t stop the ground from shifting but we can prevent major root growth in one’s sewer line.
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