Signs That Your Sewer Needs Repair
Having a comfortable living in a home can be easier when homeowners take charge of all the things used inside and outside the house. One of the most important things that homeowners should be responsible for is the sewer line.
Repairs for sewer lines are very tricky considering they are not usually visible until it’s too late. Sewage backup can cause unwanted odours in and around the house. And damaged sewer lines can result in bathrooms flooded with sewage and cracked pipes. That’s why people should be mindful of the signs of these sewer lines’ malfunctions and how to treat them accordingly. Here are some signs that your sewer lines need repair.
Clogged Or Slow Drains
What’s more devastating than taking your daily shower and suddenly you observed the slow drain resulting in a flood on your bathroom floor? And you’ve probably solved this problem by using a plunger, thinking that you will not have the same problem ever again. This is one of the most personal ways to deal with slow drains but is somewhat not a functional solution to the main problem. Plungers may be helpful for a short period of time, and using them every now and then can make the problem worse.
Clogged or slow drains can be an indication of a larger clog that is deeper inside the line. Rather than using a plunger or pouring liquid drain cleaner every day, it may be time to have the deep lines inspected.
Sudden Rodent Or Insect Problems
A broken sewer line is similar to the way lights attract bugs at night. Sewage is a magnet for cockroaches, sewer flies, palmetto bugs, and other insects. A damaged sewer line that goes unchecked will make it impossible to get rid of cockroaches and other insects that can threaten your health.
Until your sewer lines are fixed, calling the exterminator may be a waste of your money. If you see an unusual amount of insect activity in your home, it may be the hint you need to call a plumber because you may need repairs to your sewer system.
Lack Of Water Flowing
Broken or leaking pipes can cause changes in water pressure. Fluctuations may also be noticed if a dishwasher or laundry machine impacts water flow in other areas. This problem may be a usual problem in most houses but the headache that will give you is much. Be sure to have your pipes and sewer lines checked when you see the slow water pressure being done while you are using your faucets. This might just be a small problem that can lead to bigger problems as time goes by.
If you need your sewer checked and repaired or scheduled for a maintenance check, then call Shaul’s at 778-397-4850 or schedule an appointment with us through our website.