If grease, dirt and other debris has clogged your sewer drain, call us to get things moving. A sewer drain clog is more than a nuisance--it can impact the health and safety of your home environment. When your sewer isn't draining properly, you want it fixed immediately.
Signs of Sewer Drainage Problems:
- • Foul odors
- • Water stains
- • Standing water in tubs, showers
- • Slow drainage throughout the home
- • Wet areas on property
- • Backup or overflow in fixtures
Tree roots penetrating the sewer lines is still a major cause of sewer backup. Particularly if you are in an older home with clay sewer lines, your lines may be vulnerable to root penetration and blockage.
Another common cause is grease, debris and foreign objects which have collected in your sewer lines, causing a blockage. If there is a large blockage, it is possible that your sewer lines will need to be excavated and at least a portion replaced. A video pipe inspection can help determine if the blockage can be resolve with non-invasive methods such as snaking or water jetting, as opposed to a partial or complete sewer line replacement.
It's also possible that there is a temporary stoppage in the main sewer line. If you suddenly experience a sewer drainage issue, you may want to contact your local sewer authority to rule out an issue with the sewer main.
Whatever the source of your drainage problems, trust Pendergrass Holder Plumbing to quickly get things moving in the right direction again. We'll quickly diagnose your sewer drainage problem and solve it.