Reasons to Get Your Sewer Cleaned Annually

Regular home maintenance can help keep your household running smoothly all year long. Annual sewer cleaning is a good idea for many reasons including:

•    Locating tree roots in the line
•    Identifying corrosion or deterioration of pipe materials
•    Removing build-up or foreign objects

Tree Roots

As property owners with trees near their homes know, trees and their roots can wreak havoc on sewer lines. The roots can cause major back-ups in the lines or even damage the pipes themselves. An annual sewer cleaning can help identify the issue before it’s a serious problem and rectify it quickly.

Deteriorating Materials

Substandard or outdated materials can be prone to corrosion or deterioration over time. This can lead to broken pipes or other problems with your sewer lines. If you have your sewer inspected each year, your plumber can find and replace faulty pipes.

Clog Removal

If you have your sewer cleaned annually, your plumber can find and remove any grease build-up or foreign objects. These clogs can lead to back up in your lines and cause problems down the road. Fixing it before it’s a bigger issue can help you save time and money.

Annual sewer inspections are a great way to prevent potentially damaging problems later on. For sewer repair in North County, visit this website.

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Bob has over 20 years of experience as a plumbing and fitting specialist.
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