How Your Trees Are Affecting Your Plumbing
How To Remove Tree Roots From Your Plumbing Without Replacing
An experienced Knoxville plumber can repair plumbing pipes of all types with equal efficiency. However, there are certain types of pipes that they need to repair more frequently than the others. Do you have a tree root problem in your sewer drain? Like thousands of households, tree roots in your drain are a constant problem we can all do without. Blocked drains whether it’s a blocked sewer line or a blocked storm water pipe can be one of the most frustrating and inconvenient not to mention one of the most costly plumbing problems you can have at your home.
Replacement Of Pipes
Unfortunately, tree roots in the sewer line are an indication of damaged plumbing pipes and become an ongoing problem you could do without. The only permanent solution is a complete replacement of your old earthenware plumbing pipes with new PVC plumbing pipes, but if you don’t want to go to all the trouble and expense of replacing your old sewer pipes, calling a plumber has several cost effective options to keep your sewer line clear and free flowing.
Traditionally the use of the good old plunger and the electric eel were the weapons of choice in the constant fight against tree roots overpowering your sewer line; that was until now.
Regular maintenance using high-pressure water blasters are the latest technology in combating all, but the most severe tree root blockage found most commonly in household drains. The advent of drain cameras have added a new dimension to drain cleaning and have been a god sent to the plumbing professional and homeowner alike. This piece of high-tech equipment is used to take all of the guesswork out of drain cleaning.
Every nook and cranny can be thoroughly explored using a video camera, and a complete video diagnosis can be supplied to determine the best course of action required, not only that pipe tracing equipment can be used to locate the camera head and find the exact location and cause of the blocked sewer pipe.
Preventative Maintenance Program
A preventative maintenance program will combat the inconvenience of tree root blockages and raw sewage overflows that usually occur at the most unexpected times, like on weekends, the family BBQ or even Christmas day! As you know, this results in costly emergency call outs and your family being exposed to raw sewage overflow.
The roots you cut last year are the same roots you will cut this year and next year as well. Whatever may be the type of pipe installed in your home or office, you must maintain them properly. You are advised to call the plumbing expert even if you notice slightest of crack on the pipes. Additionally, get them checked by your Knoxville plumber once in every six months. The plumbing professional appointed by you will check the pipes thoroughly for cracks and other damages and do the needful to eliminate the defects caused by the tree roots.
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