Extreme weather regularly backup main sewer lines, and in addition to excessively high temperatures during summer months, weather conditions promptly lead to clogged main sewer lines and damage to homes. It is not necessarily the weather by itself that causes the problems. In many cases, it could be the aggressive growth of tree roots inside sewer pipes that causes the sewer to clog and household drains to back up.
Telltale Signs Of A Sewer Backup
But how can you tell whether or not your main sewer line is backed up?
The three major signs of the problem are:
- Slow draining bathtubs or laundry lines.
- A foul stench is coming from drains.
- If the use of other fixtures associated with your mainline lead to water backup in places such as toilets or showers.
If you are experiencing these symptoms in your home, it will help to get checked and have a professional plumber come and pay a visit. At Pro Service Plumbing, we specialize in drain services in Saskatoon and have been helping customers since 2008.
Fixes You Can Apply
Though backups and damage to the main sewer line may seem like a problem can be put off onto the backburner, it is not. If sewer lines get choked off and are not cleared, raw sewage can back up into your bathtubs and sinks, causing significant collateral property damage. Since the main sewer line is the pipeline that carries waste away from all of your household drains to the sewage treatment plant, sewer maintenance and upkeep is especially important. Fortunately, sewer backup and damage to main sewer lines is something that can be fixed by an experienced sewer solutions specialist from Pro Service Plumbing.
Call us at 306-230-2442 and experience our personal touch when it comes to providing high-quality sewer cleanout and floor drain services.