Your home’s sewer main and drains are a critical part of your home’s plumbing system.
Sewer lines help transport waste from your home to underground sewer lines and they sometimes get over looked since they are not visible. Therefore, it’s understandable that most homeowners give little thought to their sewer lines. However, when your sewer line causes problems, you will be forced to take notice.
For example, if stoppages occur, it’s because grime, roots, grease and debris are causing blockage. How will you know that blockages are occurring? Well, you’ll notice that the water flow is sheepish and slow – and you deserve better.
Also, when your sewer or drains are producing a foul smell, we can assume that waste is not properly flushing away as it should. It’s most likely a clogged sewer line or pipe. If your drains are taking a long time to drain or even backing up, you need to get them cleared as soon as possible to avoid potential damage to your home.