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Common Sewer Line Problems
A sewer line can collapse and may need replacing. Tree roots can also grow into your line, and cause clogs. In this situation, the roots need to be removed from the line or the sewer line must be replaced (if the problem has become severe). The roots from trees in your neighbor’s yard can also spread and grow into your pipes. Fortunately, proper sewer line maintenance can prevent this problem from happening.
Leach beds can also affect your sewer lines. When solids and fluids enter a septic tank, the fluid leaves the lower portion of the tank, heading into a leach bed. If the leach bed is working improperly, the fluids will pop right up from the ground, bringing along a terrible odor.
What Are Signs You Need to Repair Your Sewer Line?
It’s important to be aware of the signs of sewer line troubles so that you can call for professional assistance as soon as possible. The sooner we get to work carrying out your Reading sewer line repairs, the more likely it is that we’ll be able to prevent extensive damage to your property.
Some of the most common signs that your sewer line might need repairs include:
- Unpleasant odors
- Unusual bubbling noises
- Sewage backups
- Repeated, recurring clogs
- Slow or no drainage
- Lush patches in your lawn
- Pooled water or waste in your yard
- Soggy spots in your yard
If you’ve noticed signs of a sewer line leak or problem, don’t delay—contact a professional plumber as soon as you can to schedule sewer line repair services!