Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Sewer lines blocked with tree roots

If you have large or small trees over your pipe and sewer lines, the chances are, you will have root obstruction. Once tree roots enter your sewer line they become an ongoing problem. Tree roots grow, causing blockage. Tree roots in your drain are a constant problem and the intrusion of roots into sewer drains is the single most destructive element for sewer lines. If you have tree roots in your sewer line, you may experience sewage overflowing into your yard or the drains may be slow flowing or not flowing at all. Blocked drains can be one of the most frustrating, inconvenient and expensive plumbing problems you can have. The only permanent solution is the complete replacement of your old plumbing pipes with new PVC plumbing pipes or lateral relining solutions. If your home was built in the last twenty years, you will still need a video inspection of your sewer lines. Rooter Rooter is equipped to handle all of these issues. Call us 24/7 for all you rooter and plumbing needs 916-334-0450.

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