Why Does My Sink Fill Up With Water Whenever I Run My DishwasherSeptember 17, 2019
Root invasion can be a devastating thing for your plumbing and sewer lines. Now that it’s fall and the weather has changed, trees find themselves on the hunt for nutrients. The root system will get more active than it has been, and this means that there is a good chance that the trees will get damaged.
Since the sewer lines are warm compared to the ground that surrounds them, and also moist, the tree roots will often be attracted towards them them. The trees want nutrients, and think that the sewer will be a source of those nutrients. Once the roots get into the sewer lines, they can cause a lot of problems for your pipes and for the drainage system in your home.
As licensed plumbers, Alto Sewer offers a number of different types of root removal and sewer repairs, such as:
– Cable Root Removal
– Blade Root Removal
– Pipe Patching
– Chemical treatments
How to Tell if You Have a Root Issue
If you are unsure if your pipes are affected by roots, then look for the following warning signs:
– Gurgling noises from the toilet
– Blocked sinks or drains
– Slow draining tubs and sinks
You may notice that the problem gets worse over time, and starts with strange noises then progresses to slow draining water. If you don’t get the blockage sorted out quickly then it could completely plug up the pipes and nothing will drain any more.
Call our team of plumbers at the first sign of a problem and we will help to fix your drains and ensure that water drains smoothly and efficiently all year long. Prompt action is the key to good, efficient plumbing.