Dealing with clogged drains can be incredibly annoying, but a clogged sewer line is worse.
The task of your sewer line is to transport wastewater away from your home to keep your home healthy and safe.
So, a clog may mean the waste is not being transported, and in the worst-case scenario, the wastewater may result in sewage backflow or cause the pipes to burst.
For this reason, always be on the watch out for signs you may be dealing with a clogged sewer line, and have the problem addressed as soon as possible.
Use this checklist to determine if you are dealing with a clogged sewer line;
- You have multiple clogged drains, from showers, sinks, and even the toilet
- Strange odors and noises are coming from your drains
- Water is backing up when you’re using the sink, toilet, or bathtub
If any of these signs are familiar, take the next necessary steps to correct the problem.
Note: DIY unclogging will probably not work on a clogged sewer line because some clogs may be very deep within the sewer line, making it challenging to identify and clean.
That is why most sewer and drain cleaning professionals use a video camera to locate the clog in the sewer line.
So, for best results, call the experts whenever you’re dealing with a sewer line problem.
Contact Lazy Drains for All Your Sewer and Drain Cleaning Services
Our goal is to solve the problem. We specialize in sewer line cleaning, drain cleaning, septic repair, and solving tub drains, grease traps, and laundry/floor drains issues.
We also understand that emergencies can happen anytime, which is why we offer 24/7 emergency services for all of our clients.
So, if you are experiencing drain or sewer problems, you can call us anytime.
We are serving residents of Charles Drive Grass Valley, Ca.